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Google, Oracle, Red Hat join effort to fix HealthCare.gov

The extra hands hope to help the government meet a Nov. 30 goal to have the site working smoothly for the large majority of users

Proposal to make websites liable for its user comments faces opposition

The proposed change in the 1996 Communications Decency Act would remove legal protections for websites from state prosecutions for comments that site users make.

HHS head says she's responsible for troubled HealthCare.gov

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius also told the Congressional hearing that the website should be working for the majority of users by the end of November.

Officials target end of November for smooth HealthCare.gov

HealthCare.gov, which has had a dismal start, is one way that uninsured U.S. residents can apply for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, commonly called Obamacare.

PHP.net maintainers to reset user passwords, change SSL certificate

Attackers compromised two php.net servers, injecting malicious code into the website, so The PHP Group is resetting passwords for the official website of the PHP programming language. It's also changing php.net's SSL certificate.

Network Solutions reports more DNS problems

The latest Domain Name System problem comes two weeks after a pro-Palestinian hacking group redirected websites belonging to several companies whose records were held by Network Solutions,

Obamacare website issues will be fixed, Obama promises

The president said Monday there is “no excuse” for the problems that have plagued HealthCare.gov since the site went live Oct. 1.

Beyond caching: Google engineers reveal secrets to faster websites

At a conference in New York this week, Google engineers presented some of their favorite tips and research for expediting delivery of web pages and applications.

Internet infrastructure groups move away from US gov't over spying

ICANN and other groups are calling for an accelerated globalization of Internet domain name functions after NSA surveillance leaks.

EU court holds news website liable for readers' comments

Seven top E.U. judges ruled Thursday that a leading Internet news website was legally responsible for offensive views posted by readers in the comments section.