India has the second largest number of internet users after China. Social media and smartphone use is growing rapidly
Report: the country's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) agency hired intermediary companies to acquire domestic spying toolkits from Western and Chinese firms
This move is likely to further restrain Raqqa residents and activists, who have been documenting and leaking the organization’s atrocities
Turkey has been under pressure from its NATO allies to do more to stem the flow and prevent ISIS networks gaining a foothold in the country
ISIS’ well-organized and highly successful online campaign has been able to lure up to 3,400 foreign fighters every month
Andrew O'Keefe, 28, of the state of Massachusetts, has been charged with a felony count of posting an online threat against the president
Italy’s Hacking Team, which makes surveillance software used by governments to police the web, appeared to be the victim of hacking
The change is from a Klavika typefacem created by Eric Olsen, to a new custom typeface
A woman who couldn't recall her identity has turned to the Internet in search of her family
Dollars, euros and rubles are the foreign currencies that have been chosen to be burnt
Al Arabiya News Channel released a series of reports titled Inside Iran which take a look at the workings of the Islamic republic.
The number of online job listings in Saudi Arabia for software, hardware and telecom specialists increased by 58 percent in May
A more reliable terrestrial broadband network could enable Iraq to become a transcontinental transit route for Internet traffic
A high school graduate become an overnight internet meme after posting his graduation photo online
ISIS uses magazines like Dabiq and social media to recruit Westerners into its ranks
Although Merkel has over one million Facebook likes on her official page she suggested the she considers few close to her
Daajah said terrorist organizations implement their agenda through the use of “emotional and passionate” messages.
News travels fast via social media – but you shouldn’t believe everything you read, the Arab Media Forum heard
International rights organizations have urged Pakistan’s parliament to reject a proposed cybercrime bill
A math problem from a high school in Singapore has gone viral, can you solve it?
Internet abuse is becoming more and more of a daily occurrence and celebrities are increasingly in the firing line.
In what seems to be an optical illusion, one can see the feline going both down and up the stairs, prompting a heated debate
The data protection office in the city of Hamburg said it had told Google to make “the necessary changes”
A new episode in the franchise, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," is due for release on December 18 this year in the United States
Restrictions had included tight controls on his online access
The penalties for online rumor-mongering can be imprisonment and a fine of up to SR500,000
The ministry said at the start of 2013 that it planned to lay a fiber-optic cable that year, before war broke out
“Internet of Things” refers to the growing number of Internet-connected, smart devices in our homes, pockets and around us
In northern Arizona last month, tens of thousands of residents were without Internet service
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