Steve Huter, who has worked from his base in Eugene for two decades to help build infrastructure for the Internet in more than 100 countries, has been inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.
The Internet Society has announced the names of the 32 individuals who have been selected for induction into the Internet Hall of Fame.
Six months after prominent Internet activist Aaron Swartz killed himself in his Brooklyn apartment, his father endorsed new legislation designed to reform the federal law that U.S. prosecutors used to threaten Aaron with 35 years in prison.
Yesterday, the Internet Society announced this year's inductees to the Internet Hall of Fame.
The Internet Hall of Fame Wednesday announced its 2013 inductees. Thirty-two tech luminaries will be honored at the second annual event to take place Aug. 3.
Over the course of the past 12 months, the internet has witnessed negotiations between big-name sites, taken us inside the minds of social media innovators, and even given us a front row seat to what could be the biggest privacy-related story of the decade.
What do Ethernet co-founder Bob Metcalfe, tech investor Marc Andreessen, and the late Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz have in common?
A Singapore academic is one of only three Asians who have joined the prestigious league of Internet Who's Who.
Former Vice President Al Gore (D) is among the inaugural inductees in the Internet Hall of Fame.
Gore and 32 other Internet pioneers, innovators and global connectors were announced as part of the hall of fame's inaugural class at the Internet Society's Global INET 2012 conference in Geneva.