Sharp remarks from judge on Google's arguments
Jan 16, 2012
Press Trust of India | Tuesday September 30, 2014
The government plans to implement a secure email system serving 5 million government officials by March 2015.
World News | Reuters | Thursday July 10, 2014
Users in China were able to access online services for Google Inc on Thursday, after more than a month of severe disruption that almost completely blocked people from using features such as its search, maps and e-mail functions.
Reuters | Saturday May 31, 2014
Despite the court ruling the video-sharing site remained inaccessible to most Turks.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday May 6, 2014
The non-binding resolution that was nonetheless welcomed by free speech advocates as an important symbolic move.
Reuters | Monday April 14, 2014
The statement was made on Monday in the first direct talks since a two-week ban imposed on the site.
Reuters | Thursday April 10, 2014
Authorities imposed the ban on Google's video-sharing site on March 27 in the build-up to local elections, after weeks of leaked wiretaps.
World News | Reuters | Thursday April 3, 2014
Turkey's telecoms authority lifted a two-week-old ban on Twitter on Thursday after the constitutional court ruled the block breached freedom of expression, an official in Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's office said.
Agence France-Presse | Thursday April 3, 2014
Turkey's Constitutional Court ruled that the Twitter ban was a breach of free speech, and ordered the communications ministry to reverse it.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday April 1, 2014
Gul, if not openly critical of Erdogan before the Twitter ban, has repeatedly spoken out in support of judicial independence.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday March 25, 2014
Google has announced a strategic partnership with Luxottica, which will design, develop and distribute a new kind of Glass eyewear.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday April 1, 2014
The Turkish government on Saturday said Twitter had been used by dissidents for systematic character assassinations.
Reuters | Tuesday April 1, 2014
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has in the past threatened to block Facebook and Google's YouTube.
Rohan Swamy | Friday March 21, 2014
Friday's post on Google+ busts 10 myths about Google's augmented reality eyewear.
Agence France-Presse | Friday June 6, 2014
The video-sharing website has been blocked in Pakistan since September 2012 over its failure to take down the "Innocence of Muslims" movie.
Reuters | Thursday January 30, 2014
At least seven US states are eyeing restrictions for Google Glass over concerns that drivers wearing it may pay more attention to their email than the road.
World News | Reuters | Thursday January 30, 2014
Sparsely populated Wyoming, whose natural beauty draws tourists from around the globe, is among a small number of U.S. states eyeing a ban on the use of wearable computers while driving, a move that appears to target Google Glass.
World News | Associated Press | Sunday September 15, 2013
ToffeeTV has hit an unexpected snag. The Internet startup depended on YouTube to promote "Hokey-Pokey," ''The Umm Nyum Nyum Song" and other language-teaching clips it produces for children, but the video-sharing website has been banned in Pakistan fo...
Press Trust of India | Tuesday September 3, 2013
Wary of cyber snooping, the government may ban use of e-mail services like Gmail and Yahoo for official communications.
Anupam Saxena | Thursday August 1, 2013
According to a new report the government department is concerned about the device's potential for distraction from wearing Google Glass while driving,
Press Trust of India | Friday July 5, 2013
A Pakistani court refused to issue an interim order to restore the services of YouTube, in the country.
Press Trust of India | Thursday March 7, 2013
The Pakistan government will decide in a couple of days whether to lift a ban imposed on YouTube last year for hosting clips from a controversialanti-Islam film.
Reuters | Friday February 15, 2013
Egypt's administrative court ordered the ministries of communication and investment to block YouTube because it had carried the film "Innocence of Muslims".
Reuters | Monday February 11, 2013
An Egyptian court ordered the suspension of online video service YouTube for a month on Saturday for broadcasting a film insulting the Prophet Mohammad.
World News | Associated Press | Sunday September 30, 2012
Iranian officials announced that they would soon introduce local alternatives to Google and its Gmail e-mail service, even as the country's media and even some officials stepped up complaints over Tehran's decision to enact a ban on Gmail in response...