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China's Internet 'Tough Guy' Doesn't Fear Tycoons
Tycoons may dominate China’s Internet industry but they pose no threat to the Communist party’s ability to control cyberspace, an official said.
America's First Website Returns to Life
America's first website has been resurrected by an archival team at Stanford University with a new archival tool.
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'ERROR': Thousands Rally Against Internet Tax
About 100,000 Hungarians protested a planned tax on data traffic and the broader course of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government.
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How Workers Give Hackers Keys to Employers' Networks
Forty-four percent of nation's biggest companies have had employee emails, passwords exposed on Internet forums this year, analysis finds.
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Feds Sue AT&T for 'Unfair' Data Throttling
The Federal Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that it has sued AT&T for deceptive and unfair data throttling.
YouTube Explores Subscription Streaming Services
In 2013, YouTube let individual content owners sell subscriptions to their stuff, but it has done little to promote that option since then.
French Police Blame Internet for Aggressive Clown Incidents
French police are blaming the Internet for inspiring a rash of aggressive clown incidents across France, in which 14 teenagers have so far been arrested.
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Kim Kardashian Talks Mobile Game Success
Speaking at the Code Mobile conference in California, the TV star and mobile app mogul discussed the art of oversharing and her love of BlackBerry.
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Wi-Fi Network Named 'Al Qaeda' Causes Scare at LAX
American Airlines jet returns to gate after passenger on London-bound flight saw scary name pop up on computing device.
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Google Shakes Up Staff With New Product Czar: Re/Code
In a significant shakeup of Google management, Larry Page is transferring leadership of core Google products to Sundar Pichai, according to sources.
Queen's Tweet Celebrates Information Age
Queen Elizabeth sent her first-ever tweet to mark the opening of new Information Age galleries at London' Science Museum.
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Emoti-Con: FBI Trolls Social Media for Would-Be Jihadists
NBC News' review of a dozen cases in which U.S. residents sought to join fighting in Syria, Iraq raises questions about agents' online conduct.
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Airbnb Listings Mostly Illegal, N.Y. Blasts
New York's AG raked Airbnb in a new report that said the vast majority of its New York listings were illegal hotels.
Stream Come True: HBO to Launch Cable-Free Service
HBO will launch a stand-alone streaming service in 2015, Richard Plepler, chairman and CEO of HBO, announced Wednesday at a Time Warner investor meeting
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Google Glass Addiction? Doctors Say It's Real
Doctors in San Diego have documented what they describe as the first reported case of “Internet addiction disorder” involving the overuse of Glass.
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YouTube Paid $1 Billion to Copyright Holders
It's all part of YouTube's Content ID program, which scans 400 years' worth of content every single day for potential copyright issues.
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Japan Court Orders Google to 'Forget' Man's Past
The man's lawyer compared the judge's order to Europe's "right to be forgotten" ruling.
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Over 1,000 Europeans a Day Ask Google to Scrub Web
Google is being swamped with requests from Europeans trying to erase unflattering links to their past from the world's dominant Internet search engine.
Obama Says He's Fully Committed to Net Neutrality
The president's remarks come as U.S. regulators review controversial new regulations that would govern how ISPs manage traffic on their networks.
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Icahn Tells Apple: Buy Back More Shares
Activist investor Carl Icahn told Apple to get off its $133 billion cash pile and buy back more shares.
Need Coffee? Square Tells Barista When You're Close
Square has announced a new feature that will let users to order their coffee whenever and wherever they want.
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Facebook: We've Won $2 Billion From Suing Spammers
Facebook says it’s not afraid to go to court against spammers f technical measures to weed out fake “likes” don't succeed.
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Cyber Spy High: Meet the NSA's Hacker Recruiter
Through one new program, the agency is cultivating students as young as eighth grade.
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Microsoft Sway Aims to Make Presentation Design Easy
It's designed to make projects polished, interactive and shareable on multiple devices.
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