What's At Stake As U.S. Gives Up Internet ControlOn October 1st, the U.S. government ceded control of some of the internet's core systems</a> — namely, the directories that help web browsers and apps know where to find the latest weather, maps and Facebook musings.
U.S. Ready To Hand Over Internet Control On October 1stFlip the switch and the lights go on. Hit the starter button and the engine turns over. Type in an Internet domain name and the Web page pops open.
Internet Access Gives Cubans 1st Look At Outside WorldWhat most Americans take for granted, Cubans are just now getting a taste of – the World Wide Web.
Report: Largest Cyber Attack Ever LaunchedIf some of your favorite websites loaded a little slower Wednesday, it wasn’t your imagination. According to the New York Times, a Dutch web-hosting company launched a massive DDoS, or denial of service attack, was allegedly executed after the company was added to a blacklist from Spamhaus that is used by e-mail providers to eliminate spam.
Something Extra: Internet Interrupted What would happen if the Internet suddenly stopped working? Yesterday, we got a small taste.
Wikipedia To Go Dark In Protest WednesdayInternet giant Wikipedia will join several other websites on Wednesday and cease operations that day as a protest of the Stop Online Privacy Act currently in the House of Representatives.

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