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Landing gear from 9/11 plane found wedged in Manhattan building

The Lone Star State Has No Need for These Picture-Taking, Privacy-Invading Drones

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  No pictures, please, no pictures. (Photo: flickr.com/adactio The drone invasion is practically upon us: The FAA is authorizing various police departments to fly unmanned aerial vehicles; Chris Anderson left Wired to focus on his drone hobbyist startup. But it seems some folks are none too keen on the idea of eyes...
The Lone Star State Has No Need for These Picture-Taking, Privacy-Invading Drones

Toronto Mayor Wants Residents To Report Graffiti Via iPhone, And Pay For The Privilege

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As our Canadian readers surely know, Toronto has a weird relationship with its current mayor, Rob Ford. I won't get into all the details, but basically he's a bit of a clown, elected by outlying semi-suburban neighbourhoods and roundly hated by most people downtown (except the city press, for whom...
Toronto Mayor Wants Residents To Report Graffiti Via iPhone, And Pay For The Privilege

Dwellable overhauls app, partners with Flipkey

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Urbanspoon co-founder Adam Doppelt is liking the way business is going at his Seattle upstart Dwellable. “Things are hopping,” Doppelt told us. It certainly seems that way. Dwellable, a mobile app for vacation rentals, just announced a new partnership and a big new update to its app. The update brings a fresh look...
Dwellable overhauls app, partners with Flipkey

Airbnb launches Verified Identification to help bring more accountability to the shared economy

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Airbnb has released a new verification process designed to improve accountability between renters and property owners on its service. With Verified Identifications, renters will have to submit to extra screenings in order to prove who they are. Right now, this service is being rolled out only in the US. Calling...
Airbnb launches Verified Identification to help bring more accountability to the shared economy

Amazon calls dibs on another giant piece of Seattle land

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Amazon.com has signed agreements that give the company the option to purchase another big swath of land for possible future development in Seattle — suggesting that the tech company doesn’t see its growth slowing down anytime soon. The potential expansion is just north of downtown Seattle, next to the property...
Amazon calls dibs on another giant piece of Seattle land

Sweden Wants to Jail Pirate Bay User to Strengthen Anti-Piracy Enforcement

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Sweden is known as the birth ground of The Pirate Bay, but it is also the country where some of the most aggressive anti-piracy actions take place. In 2010 a then 25-year old a man was house-sitting for a friend when early one morning he was confronted by police officers...
Sweden Wants to Jail Pirate Bay User to Strengthen Anti-Piracy Enforcement
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