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Experts Remain Skittish On Bitcoin As Prices Continue To Rise

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[Editor's note: Bitcoin prices are currently at $158] Some call it the most famous pizza purchase in history: In May 2010, a programmer called Laszlo asked an online forum if anyone would buy him a couple of pies in exchange for 10,000 Bitcoins, an experimental online currency launched in 2009....
Experts Remain Skittish On Bitcoin As Prices Continue To Rise

Revenge porn site founder loses $250k defamation suit

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Attorney Marc Randazza hasn't been quiet about his hatred for so-called revenge porn sites. The copyright and First Amendment lawyer blogged last year that entities like IsAnybodyDown (or the now defunct IsAnyoneUp) frustrated him to the point where he'd represent victims pro bono. "I want to hurt them bad,"...
Revenge porn site founder loses $250k defamation suit

Notorious UK cyber criminal allowed into prison IT class, predictably causes chaos

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Nicholas Webber's rap sheet should have instantly disqualified him from joining an IT class at HMP Isis prison in South London. Yet somehow Webber, whose GhostMarket online forum was a haven to hackers, virus assemblers, and identity thieves, managed to join the course without a problem. The 21-year-old is...
Notorious UK cyber criminal allowed into prison IT class, predictably causes chaos
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EFF Goes To Bat For Reddit's Gay Gamers; Files Petition To Cancel Bogus 'Gaymer' Trademark

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If you're going to send out a cease-and-desist based on a dubious trademark, one of the worst places you could send it is Reddit. Nothing stirs up this site more than a direct attack on one of its communities. What might have once seemed like a slam dunk suddenly becomes...
EFF Goes To Bat For Reddit's Gay Gamers; Files Petition To Cancel Bogus 'Gaymer' Trademark

How to clean up your business's online reputation

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Keeping tabs on your company's online reputation is one thing. But angry customers trash-talking your business can sabotage your good name overnight. It's no easy task to minimize the damage done from the Web equivalent of the slam book. The following tried-and-true tactics can help you get public opinion of...
How to clean up your business's online reputation

There's A Problem With Your Samsung Galaxy Phone

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Samsung acknowledged a vulnerability in its popular Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II phones that could allow someone to write a malicious app and gain access to your device.  The vulnerability was first discovered on XDA, an online forum for developers. The flaw allows someone to get access to...
There's A Problem With Your Samsung Galaxy Phone

4chan founder sics lawyers on startup for using the name "moot"

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A lawyer for Christopher Poole, the founder of the popular online forum 4chan, has sent a letter to the startup firm moot.it asking it to change its name. Poole has gone by the nickname "moot" since 2003, and his lawyer argues that gives him a legal claim to be the...
4chan founder sics lawyers on startup for using the name "moot"

The Wall Street Journal launches The Accelerators and Startup Journal to cover entrepreneurship

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The Wall Street Journal is launching two new digital offerings to cover entrepreneurship and startups: The Accelerators and Startup Journal, the newspaper announced today. According to its press release, Startup Journal’s page on WSJ.com will aggregate all of its coverage “on the world of startups, funding, founders and entrepreneurship.” As...
The Wall Street Journal launches The Accelerators and Startup Journal to cover entrepreneurship

Author Explains The Joy Of Helping Russian 'Pirate' Translate His Book

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It was about five years ago that we first wrote about best selling author Paulo Coelho revealing that he was eagerly helping create pirate foreign translations of his books, and noting that sales of legitimate copies always seemed to increase whenever he did this -- initially pretending to be someone...
Author Explains The Joy Of Helping Russian 'Pirate' Translate His Book
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