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Smothering over censorship: How China’s Sina Weibo is getting clever with sensitive topics

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It’s no surprise to find a story about censorship coming out of China. In attempts to control information and sentiment, China is one of the strictest countries to monitor and block websites, keywords and networks. Blocking a particular site or network is a heavy-handed way of stopping citizens from accessing...
Smothering over censorship: How China’s Sina Weibo is getting clever with sensitive topics

US government rules three Barth patents invalid, sends Rambus scrambling

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Suing's easy. It's the "winning" that trips folks up. Such is the case with Rambus, who has been relying oh-so-heavily on the so-called trio of Barth patents to actively pursue just about every technology company on the planet. For those unaware, Rambus has christened itself as a "technology licensing...
US government rules three Barth patents invalid, sends Rambus scrambling

Groups Prepare to Fight AT&T Over FaceTime Restrictions

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A group of public interest organizations say they will soon file complaints against AT&T, alleging that the carrier is violating government rules by restricting the way customers use FaceTime, Apple's video-conferencing tool that is built into iPhones and iPads....
Groups Prepare to Fight AT&T Over FaceTime Restrictions

Amazon.com sets up portal in India, will only service other retailers

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Amazon.com has set up a website with its brand in India, but will not be selling on the site.In line with Indian government rules, the new marketplace Amazon.in is only offering sales and order fulfillment services to Indian retailers.Amazon Seller Services set up in February last year another website...
Amazon.com sets up portal in India, will only service other retailers

MetroPCS ditches net neutrality lawsuit following T-Mobile acquisition, Verizon becomes sole belligerent

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Today a court filing made it known that MetroPCS has dropped its lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding net neutrality. The comes following MetroPCS’ acquisition by T-Mobile, a company that had not been part of the legal proceeding. Verizon, and until recently, MetroPCS contend that government rules regarding network neutrality...
MetroPCS ditches net neutrality lawsuit following T-Mobile acquisition, Verizon becomes sole belligerent
Trion Worlds teams up with Shanda to take Rift online game to China
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