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Coalition seeks to upgrade U.S. privacy law

Mar 31, 2010
A group of technology companies and advocacy groups including Google and the ACLU believe the U.S.'s privacy laws are outdated.
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I like it but I'm not a fan

Mar 30, 2010
That's not me responding to news, that's just me using the terms in the news. Facebook will soon do away with the option of Becoming A Fan and...
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Content makers see money in iPad apps

Mar 30, 2010
The iPad has been widely hailed as just the thing to convince people to pay for online print media. Newspapers and magazines are showing high interest in developing apps. And Rico Gagliano tells us who else is getting involved.
Posted In: Science
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Google fiber project results in some cheesy videos

Mar 30, 2010
Towns all over the country are applying to take part in Google's broadband fiber network experiment, which can serve up to half a million people. Some of the proposals are quite outlandish.
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Cleveland both rocks and investigates

Mar 26, 2010
Web site commenter tracked down by newspaper.
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Bloomberg picks up for Bay-area news

Mar 26, 2010
The San Francisco Chronicle is launching a new expanded daily business section starting this weekend, thanks to the help of Bloomberg's Bay-area staff. Experts see this type of move as a growing trend in journalism. Jeremy Hobson reports.
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Quebec police: We're not rent-a-cops

Mar 26, 2010
To make extra money, Montreal's police force is hiring itself out for commercial services. But with the quality of the duties performed, they say it's unfair to call them "rent-a-cops." Sean Cole reports.
Posted In: Canada
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When is it cool for doctors to Google patients?

Mar 26, 2010
According to a new article, "patient-targeted Googling" is happening. How ethical is this?
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Library Internet: What's it for?

Mar 25, 2010
According to a new study, millions -- yes, millions -- of Americans are still using libraries for computers and Internet access.
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MoMA adds @ to its collection

Mar 24, 2010
Commonly used for email addresses and now on Twitter, the @ has found its cultural significance recognized by the modern art museum.

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