A recent proposal by ICANN aims to protect the WHOIS database from prying eyes. But there are serious problems with WHOIS privacy.
With Diigo down, we had to improvise a bit this episode but still got to cover the latest on New Zealand three strikes and more!
The time zone database is safe, for now, Denmark ISP must block Grooveshark and Steve Job's 30th birthday video causes a copyright problem.
Distil is a new company promising to combat scraping while improving your site's performance. But how well does it work?
SOPA gets some tweaks, doesn't please critics, Righthaven may have copyrights auctioned off and MGA wins one of its Bratz-related lawsuits.
With all of the talk about the Stop Online Piracy Act, it's important to take a look at the tech behind site blocking and how it might work if passed.
There are times where content that appears to be on one server is really elsewhere. Here's how to overcome that problem.
Hot on the heels of my review of AbouThiSite, we now take a look at a new service that promises to improve the way you get information about a site and fix many of the issues from the former review.
Mashup site, AbouThiSite, attempts to make the process of getting the information you need about a domain easier than ever, but does it provide the needed tools for us to get by?
Recent improvements at WhoIsHostingThis promise to make it the go-to resource for finding the host of a site. But are the improvements good enough?