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Australia delays internet filter to review content

Australia's widely criticized proposal to mandate a national web filter blocking child pornography and other objectionable internet content has been delayed at least a year so the government can review…

Louisiana governor signs cyber-bullying law

Cyber bullying is now officially a crime in Louisiana, reports the Advocate of Baton Rouge. Gov. Bobby Jindal announced July 7 that he signed House Bill 1259 into law,…

Judge orders school newspaper to delete stories

Update—Should school newspapers, or any newspapers for that matter, be forced to delete archived stories in order to clear a person’s record online? That was the issue before a state…

Broadband grants include $63M for 100-gigabit research network

Colleges and universities will be among anchor institutions in an ultra high-speed nationwide internet network after President Obama announced July 2 more than $760 million in grants designed to expand…

To stop cheats, colleges learn their trickery

As the eternal temptation of students to cheat has gone high-tech, educators have responded with their own efforts to crack down, reports the New York Times.…

New rules bring online piracy fight to U.S. campuses

Starting this month, colleges and universities that don't do enough to combat the illegal sharing of digital movies or music over their computer networks put themselves at risk of losing…

Obama to announce broadband grants to spur jobs

U.S. President Barack Obama is slated to announce on July 2 nearly $800 million in loans and grants for the build-out of broadband networks to reach homes, schools, and hospitals,…

Can legislation fix America’s science and technology gender gap?

A slew of recent studies show that the problem for women in math and science is related to something both larger and more nuanced: culture, Newsweek reports.…

Feds: Make eReaders accessible to all students

The federal government will help schools and colleges using eReaders such as the Amazon Kindle to comply with laws giving students with disabilities equal access to emerging classroom technologies, officials…

In faulty-computer suit, window to Dell decline

After the math department at the University of Texas noticed some of its Dell computers failing, Dell examined the machines. The company came up with an unusual reason for the…

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