Pennsylvania lawmakers are again taking up the issue of whether to eliminate the mandate that legal notices be placed in newspapers.
The Montgomery County District Attorney has written a book about a growing issue that hits home for families with younger children: the dangers of kids surfing the Internet alone.
With all the concern these days about wear and tear on airplanes, is there a way for travelers to learn how old that jetliner is, before they get on board?
If you think YOUR Internet access is slow, try the City of Philadelphia’s system.
One of the world’s largest online poker websites is teaming up with a Las Vegas casino in hopes of legalizing online gambling in the United States.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a bill Thursday that would have made his state the first in the nation to legalize Internet gambling. At a news conference before the decision was announced, Christie said he was wrestling with “legal and constitutional concerns.”
A spokesman for the IRS says make sure you know who you’re dealing with when filing your taxes on the Internet because scammers are out there trying to steal personal information.
Police are not only using social media to reach out to the public for information, but also to mine for evidence of criminal conduct.
A Rutgers-Camden english professor says prayer has evolved over thousands of years and cyberspace is just the most recent medium for us to express our thoughts.
A college student jumped to his death off a bridge a day after authorities say two classmates surreptitiously recorded him having sex with a man in his dorm room and broadcast it over the Internet.
An email with the subject titled: “Sad News” would surely get your attention especially if it’s supposedly from your friend or a family member. What’s more, you open the email and what if it read […]
As more kids head back to school in the Philadelphia area this week, law enforcement officials are warning them and their parents about a new online threat called “sextortion.”
by KYW’s Hadas Kuznits Starting today, Starbucks coffee shops are offering free wireless Internet access. The free Wi-Fi came as a happy surprise to this laptop user: “I was trying to work on my computer […]
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