The co-chairman of the General Assembly’s Public Safety and Security Committee says his committee believes they are still “in the infancy stage” of understanding legalization of online gambling,.
Connecticut officials say they’re not giving up on requiring Internet retailers like Amazon.com to collect state sales taxes.
A former University of Connecticut student has received probation after posting disturbing Internet messages about a football player’s stabbing death.
Internet hackers say they have compromised the security of more than 1,000 accounts at a Connecticut-based FBI partner organization.
Drugmaker Pfizer Inc. is running the first U.S. clinical study in which patients participate from home via the Internet, rather than repeatedly visiting a participating hospital.
A 31-year-old New Britain man charged with sex trafficking of minors has been sentenced to more than 25 years in federal prison.
A federal appeals court in New York has agreed that Connecticut school officials acted reasonably and constitutionally when they disciplined a student for an Internet posting she wrote off school grounds.
Connecticut consumers reported losses of more than $3 million last year to an agency that tracks Internet scams.
As Election Day approaches, voters can get a preview of their town’s ballot by going to the Secretary of the State’s website. Ballots for each town are available – including the double-sided ballots that will […]
By CHRISTOPHER LEONARD, AP Business Writer Craigslist appears to have surrendered in a legal fight over erotic ads posted on its website, shutting down its adult services section Saturday and replacing it with a black […]