E-voting battles low voter turnout by allowing citizens to cast ballots from anywhere around the world.
A publishing company -- stalwart of the Paper Age -- is feeling the effects as a group of judges, lawyers and others push to move citations online.
Barriers of turf and technology fall in the service of integrated justice information.
Rule Proposed for Electronic Court Record Access
The conflict between Internet domain names and trademarks is intensifying, while experts say there just aren't enough domain names to go around.
Local governments had to learn new skills to comply with a new public records law.
Police departments across the country are beginning to use the World Wide Web to interact with the public.
Government indeed likes the Internet. But the question is, is government providing anything useful, or is it there for the thrill of it?
While the Internet can be a valuable tool in education, lack of training and difficulties with funding are significant problems for K-12 schools.
While jails around the U.S. fill to maximum capacity rapidly, some counties are finding new ways to keep a close watch on probationed violators that also saves them time and money.
Thomas, the new key to accessing the Library of Congress' legislative archives, can locate federal legislation from 1973 to the present.