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The possibility of an Internet shutdown in the U.S.

Jan 31, 2011
The Internet shutdown in Egypt got some wondering how possible it would be to accomplish here in the U.S., and how that could happen.
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News Corp introduces iPad-only newspaper

Jan 31, 2011
Rupert Murdoch and Apple team up to launch The Daily, a newspaper exclusively for the iPad. Find out what it could mean for advertisers.
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Cell phone service restored for some in Egypt

Jan 30, 2011
Vodafone Saturday said it has restored cell phone services to its customers in Egypt following a two-day forced shut down of mobile and internet...
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Egypt shuts off Internet and cell phone service

Jan 28, 2011
In Egypt today, anti-government protests continue as riots in the streets clash with police. The Egyptian government has shut off the Internet and cell phone service as a means to control the violence. David Butters, head of the Intelligence Unit with the Economist magazine, explains how this will affect global economics.
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Facebook enforces credits system

Jan 28, 2011
Facebook is now requiring that app developers and users buy credits for virtual goods from its own system. It may be another sign of a booming virtual economy.
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Facebook finds itself in a revolution

Jan 26, 2011
Egypt is erupting with anti-government protests and there are reports coming out that the government is cracking down on Twitter, making it harder for protesters to organize and stay in touch. Social media is now a huge part of protests around the world. On today's show, we take a look at the role of Facebook in the recent upheaval in Tunisia.
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Internet running out of digital addresses

Jan 25, 2011
In about a week, the organization that assigns addresses that identify every device connected to the Internet will run out of numbers. The workaround could make the Internet slower and flakier.
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NYT online: From free to fee

Jan 24, 2011
The New York Times will soon charge for access to its website. How will fees affect millions of readers -- and a struggling newspaper industry?
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Mozilla adds Do-Not-Track to Firefox

Jan 24, 2011
Mozilla is developing a system for its Firefox browser that will let users opt out of being tracked online. Microsoft and Google are at work on similar tools. But they all have gaping holes that will continue to let trackers through.
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The challenges ahead for Google

Jan 21, 2011
The big announcement that Google co-founder Larry Page was taking over as CEO didn't go down so well on Wall Street. Marketplace's Steve Henn talks to Kai Ryssdal about the challenges that lie ahead for the company, and why it needs to compete with Facebook.
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