In today's news roundup, tens of thousands of women march in Brazil, a Russian plane lands in a cornfield, Tunisia has 26 people running for president, and a 15-year-old girl makes social media posts from her refrigerator - maybe.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law allowing Russia to separate its internet from the rest of the world. Russia says this is for protection. Others worry Russia is trying to control information.
On Thursday, several large websites in Europe showed their users warning screens instead of their regular websites. They did this to protest the European Union's new plan for copyright laws.
When you read NewsForKids.net, you're reading an article on the World Wide Web. Though most of us can't imagine a world without the web, just 30 years ago, it didn't exist.
An undersea cable that connects the island nation of Tonga to the internet has broken. As a result, Tongans will be without their main internet connection for several weeks.
On October 31, Halloween night, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) began an unusual experiment. They let the "Internet" control the actions of a real person.
For many people around the world, Google and its businesses affect almost every part their daily lives. Twenty years ago, it didn't even exist. How has it grown so much?
Usually if a radio show puts you to sleep, it's a sign of a bad program. But for John Watson, sleeping listeners are exactly what he's hoping for.
On Tuesday, Cubans got a big surprise - free Internet service on cell phones anywhere in the country. It was a one day test run by the Cuban government's Internet company.