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Tide Turns For Bullied Toddler
Internet rallies to show support for toddler attacked by cyberbullies. WCBD's Travis Rice reports.
And the Secret to a Strong Password Is...
A strong password can take many shapes and sizes, but one of the best way to thwart a hacker is to make your password long. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.
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Twitter Reviewing Alleged ISIS Threat to Co-Founder
Twitter said it was working with law enforcement to investigate whether purported ISIS-related threats against co-founder Jack Dorsey were real.
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Google Buys .App Web Domain for $25 Million
The Internet's naming system is expanding beyond the traditional domains like .com and .org -- and this week Google paid $25 million for ".app" in an auction.
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U.S. Blogger Hacked to Death by 'Islamist Radicals'
Avijit Roy, a U.S. citizen of Bangladeshi origin, and his wife and fellow blogger, Rafida Ahmed, were attacked on Thursday.
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This Is Why You're Seeing #TheDress as White and Gold
The Internet broke on Thursday thanks to a dress that had defied the classification of color. Is it white and gold or is it black and blue?
4 Million Americans Get 'Shout-Out' at Net Neutrality Vote
The Federal Communications Commission votes to prohibit Internet service providers from granting faster access to companies that pay for the privilege.
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FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules
The FCC passed net neutrality rules, which treat broadband providers as "common carriers" -- like other utilities including gas or electricity.
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FBI: Social Media Allows Terrorists Access into US Like Never Before
FBI Assistant Director Michael Steinbach says social media allows foreign terror groups direct access into the United States like never before.
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Net Neutrality: How Open-Internet Activists Won Big
After protests, millions of letters and and support from the White House, open-Internet activists scored a major victory.
Watch Live: FCC Debates Open Internet Rules
Federal Communications Commission debates "adopting strong open internet rules."
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FCC to Decide on Net Neutrality: What Does it Mean?
Federal regulators vote Thursday on whether the Internet should be treated like a public utility.
Google Ups Free Music Storage to 50,000 Songs
If you're looking for a good way to back up your tunes without spending a dime, Google Music just got a big boost to its free storage limit.
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Facebook: Less Than 38 Percent of World Uses Internet
Only 32 percent of people in developing nations have access to the Internet, according to a new report from Facebook.
The Future of Virtual Reality Is Here and It's Cubes
Good news if you've always wanted to hang out in a digital environment, virtual reality is one step closer to widespread adoption now that headsets only require an iPhone, a 3D printer and a love of cubes. Because you're gonna be hanging out with a lot of cubes.
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Zuckerberg Wishes Happy New Year ... in Mandarin
The Facebook CEO impressed quite a few people last year with his Mandarin skills. Now he is showing off again with a message for Chinese New Year.
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Cuba Cuts the Price of Internet Access
Cuba has temporarily cut in half the hourly charge for using state-run Internet cafes in the country's first small but substantive public move to increase online access since the declaration of detente with the U.S.
U.S. Pushes Companies to Address Cyberthreats
As cyberattacks grow in frequency and damage, the Obama administration is pushing companies to move faster to address the fast-growing threat.
The Internet is Having Fun with New Apple Rumors
The current rumors about Apple developing a self-driving car probably aren't true but that doesn't mean you can't crack jokes about it on Twitter.
Facebook Plea Saves Couple
Washington authorities find ailing couple living in "filthy" conditions with dozens of dogs, cats, snakes and exotic birds in their home, after one of them posts a plea for help on Facebook. KING's Drew Mikkelsen reports.
Obama: Cybersecurity 'has to be a Shared Mission'
President Obama says cybersecurity "has to be a shared mission" between government and industry.
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Hate Valentine's Day? This Site Shreds Your Ex's Photo
Now a service called ShredYourEX is letting you break with the past by shredding a photo of your ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend.
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Our Digital History Could 'Fade Away': Google VP
The man recognized by some as the "father of the Internet" warns that decades of digital documents could go poof, leading to a "forgotten generation."
The $165B Food Waste Problem: There's an App for That
Americans spend $165 billion a year on food they waste, that's twice as much as the federal government spends on food stamps.
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