The Italian company criticized for supplying the brutal Syrian regime with telecommunications equipment has frozen its participation and wants to kill the contract.
Italy's Internet activists gathered in front of Rome's ancient Pantheon Thursday to protest a new law they say will throttle freedom of expression on the Web.
The Milan judge who convicted Google execs for posting a video of an autistic teen being bullied has received hundreds of threatening messages on Facebook.
Update: Google calls the conviction a "great disappointment," and says all three intend to appeal.
Articles by Philip Willan