Motherboard's Sofia Barrett-Ibarria talks to sex-worker advocates about the early history of sex-work and the net; after economically sustaining the alt-weekly industry and its excellent local journalism, sex workers found themselves increasingly unwelcome in their ad sections and moved online, pioneering the internet as we know it today.
Early classified sites, early web design and hosting, early e-commerce -- they all owe their success to sex-workers and their pioneering move to the...
Google launches Be Internet Awesome kits and $1,000 grants to help parents teach kids about internet safety
Google is teaming up with the National PTA, the U.S. nonprofit parent-teacher association, to launch a new program designed to teach parents how to educate their kids on various facets of online safety. The internet giant has created an all-in-one kit, constituting a Google Pixelbook, a presentation covering topics across the online safety and “digital citizenship” […]
Sacramento wants to regulate the web nationwide.