Why Opera thrives in Europe's last dictatorship
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John McAfee, the software pioneer who is on the run from the authorities in Belize, has denied killing his neighbour but ruled out handing himself in, because he believes the police would kill him. In his latest interview with US media since going on the run, McAfee, the founder of...
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The TSA's "behavior detection" program continues to roll out, unimpeded by accusations of racial profiling or the fact that 725,000 travelers have been questioned without turning up a single terrorist. This extra step in the ongoing, ever-expanding War at Home on Terror is bringing the fun of living in a...
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Last week Google announced that it would lower the search engine rankings of websites that receive a high number of DMCA takedown requests, independent of whether the linked content is lawful or not. The algorithm change is being implemented this week and it should severely degrade the rankings of websites...
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The First Truly Social Olympics: Tell Me How You Really Feel

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It’s a brave new world my friends. There were more tweets sent in a single day during the Olympics last week than there were during the entire 17-day competition in Beijing in 2008. In 2010, during the Vancouver Winter Olympics, there were around 307,000 mentions of the term Olympics during...
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Russian Telecom Blames Apple's 'Dictatorship' For The iPhone Costing $1,000 In Russia (AAPL)

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July 31 (Bloomberg) -- OAO Mobile TeleSystems, the iPhone's biggest wireless carrier in Russia, criticized Apple Inc. for not cutting the device's $1,000-plus price in the country and being too strict about how it's sold. The phone's cost makes it a hard sell in a market where rival models go...
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In Soviet Russia Apple is dictator?
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Eric Schmidt on Technology vs. Dictatorship

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Report finds rampant filesharing in North Korea, despite the risks

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Shutterstock North Koreans are subverting their government's censorship by sharing files on USB sticks and MP3 players, claims a report. A Quiet Opening, by Nat Kretchin and Jane Kim, uses testimony from defectors and refugees to build a picture of how popular media originating from other countries is within...
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