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European privacy regulators want Internet search engines such as Google and Microsoft's Bing to scrub results globally, not just in Europe.
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Hunting for 'House of Cards' Just Got Harder in China
The YYeT website, a popular destination for Chinese to freely and illegally download hit American TV shows, has been taken offline.
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European Parliament May Propose Breaking Up Google
European lawmakers leery of Google's inescapable presence in nearly all of the Internet's workings may propose to break up the company.
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Buried below the surface of the web as we know it, you can find secrets, and unsavory behavior. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.
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Taylor Swift Doubles YouTube Views After Shaking Off Spotify
Views of Taylor Swift's YouTube videos doubled in the week after her team pulled her entire catalog off the music-streaming service.
Google Contributor Lets You Pay to Hide Ads
If you hate ads but feel a bit guilty for blocking them and denying some sites their main source of revenue, Google now offers a middle road.
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ID Theft Can Take Heavy Emotional Toll on Victims
Victims of identity theft can feel incredibly vulnerable and helpless, because the system didn’t work for them.
Million-Dollar Reward Offered for Car Scam Fugitive
Romanian Nicolae Popescu and co-conspirators bilked U.S. buyers out of $3 million in a scam selling fake cars through real sites, the Justice Department says.
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'Now Is the Time': Tech Giants Push NSA Reform
Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Apple are among the companies lobbying the U.S. Senate to approve the USA Freedom Act before year's end.
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U.S. Marshals to Auction Off 50,000 Seized Bitcoins
The U.S. Marshals Service plans to auction off 50,000 bitcoins seized from the coffers of alleged Silk Road ringleader Ross Ulbricht.
Hands-Free Phone Built for People with Disabilities
Sesame Phone is a new device meant to help disabled people swipe through their apps without using their hands.
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Amazon, Hachette End Battle of the eBooks
Hachette and Amazon.com reach a multi-year agreement for eBook and print book sales after months of acrimonious fighting.
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Guerrilla War: ISIS Boasts of Tunnels to Elude U.S. Bombs
Fighters claim extensive underground passageways enable them to stay safe and distribute food and weapons during bombardments.
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YouTube Launching Subscription Music Service
YouTube is launching a long-anticipated music subscription service next week.
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Traffic Lights Vulnerable to Hackers
University of Michigan doctoral student takes control of town's stoplights with nothing but a laptop and wireless connection.
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What President Obama's Net Neutrality Proposal Means
Obama has laid out a roadmap for the FCC, but that doesn’t mean U.S. broadband policy is going to end up there.
Spotify Defends Itself After Taylor Swift Pulls Albums
A week after Taylor Swift pulled all her music from Spotify, Daniel Ek, the company's CEO, is defending its business model.
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Obama Asks FCC for 'Strongest Possible' Net Neutrality Laws
Obama urged the FCC to prohibit so-called paid prioritization, deals in which content providers would pay Internet companies to ensure smooth delivery of traffic.
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'X-Rated Facebook-Meets-eBay' Is a Hit in Germany
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Although pimping and other related activities remain against the law, prostitution has been legal in Germany since 2002.
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Porn Stars Urge Google to Take Anti-Piracy Measures
The adult entertainment industry is taking Google to task over what it sees as a failure to acknowledge it as a legitimate business.
Brian Williams and Jerry Seinfeld: Pros and Cons of Coffee
Jerry Seinfeld's web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" is all about comedy and a good brew.
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David Kalac, accused of killing his live-in girlfriend and posting photos of her body online, turned himself in to police in Oregon,
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In a funny and frank conversation, the comic genius talks about comedians, cars, coffee and why he thinks he's on the autism spectrum.
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