The federal judge in the government's antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. has decided to give the two sides more time to hash out an out-of-court settlement.
Stories by Keith Perine
Weekend offer too soft for DOJ officials
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers took an important step toward broad-based legitimacy today, as it approved the start of an at-large membership election. The election would involve almost a third of ICANN's first 18-member permanent board.
Representatives oppose United Nations proposal for a "bit tax"
High-powered lawyer waives first year's salary
U.S. policy on Internet taxation probably won't change anytime soon. That's not because the commission studying the issue has agreed on the point. Rather, the commission is so mired in procedural squabbles and infighting that it's tough to see how a coherent set of recommendations will be drawn up by next April, when it is due to U.S. Congress.