The Indian economy has lost billions of dollars as a consequence of the government suspending internet services.
The European Court of Human Rights found a Hungarian news website had the right to link to a defamatory YouTube video.
Some research you have never heard of, but which somebody is paying for, illustrates why you should not believe everything you read.
A former prisoner complained when a Google search yielded the description of another prisoner who was a sex offender.
Mark Zuckerberg has argued that connectivity should be treated as a human right. But what might be the legal basis for enforcing that right?