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New law would nearly abolish free speech on social media

New law would nearly abolish free speech on social media

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British premier seeks greater powers over internet

British premier seeks greater powers over internet

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World awaits new cyber-attack by hacking tools stockpiled by the deep state

World awaits new cyber-attack by hacking tools stockpiled by the deep state

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Attorney Gen. Sessions announces unprecedented indictment against Russian agents

Attorney Gen. Sessions announces unprecedented indictment against Russian agents

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Facebook founder fears Trump immigration policies

Facebook founder fears Trump immigration policies

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Tweet attributed to Trump proves to be fake news

Tweet attributed to Trump proves to be fake news

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Online honey pots pose national security threat

Online honey pots pose national security threat

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Internet Archive offers trove of Trump videos

Internet Archive offers trove of Trump videos

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Second DDoS attack on Drudge Report heralds chaos to come

Second DDoS attack on Drudge Report heralds chaos to come

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Matt Drudge: website under mysterious attack

Matt Drudge: website under mysterious attack

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South Carolina to tax computers to block porn

South Carolina to tax computers to block porn

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When fake news becomes the real news

When fake news becomes the real news

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Court authorizes IRS investigation of unidentified people for unknown crimes

Court authorizes IRS investigation of unidentified people for unknown crimes

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How Podesta's email account was hacked

How Podesta's email account was hacked

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What we don't know about the Internet outage can hurt us

What we don't know about the Internet outage can hurt us

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Internet for WikiLeaks' founder Assange is cut by 'state actor'

Internet for WikiLeaks' founder Assange is cut by 'state actor'

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Corrupt politicians and police lead to cyber-porn and child abuse

Corrupt politicians and police lead to cyber-porn and child abuse

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Cyber shutdown of Ukraine power grid shows America's vulnerabilities

Cyber shutdown of Ukraine power grid shows America's vulnerabilities

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Oregon shooter targeted Christians

Oregon shooter targeted Christians

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Radical Muslim preacher alleged to cruise Ashley Madison adultery website

Radical Muslim preacher alleged to cruise Ashley Madison adultery website

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U.S. braces for Islamic State cyber attack

U.S. braces for Islamic State cyber attack

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Want to get pregnant? There's an app for that

Want to get pregnant? There's an app for that

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U.S. retaliation for Sony hack should not leave 'fingerprints'

U.S. retaliation for Sony hack should not leave 'fingerprints'

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Sony was hacked from China

Sony was hacked from China

North Korean cyberterrorists are located 'on a permanent basis' inside China and behind the Great Firewall, says analyst.

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Creepy website invades privacy, via Internet

Creepy website invades privacy, via Internet

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Another step closer to LED lightbulb access to Internet

Another step closer to LED lightbulb access to Internet

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Obama vows to do nothing

Obama vows to do nothing

Obama says he hopes China and Russia will play nice in the sandbox. He is also spreading the gay gospel in Africa. And Kenyans are glad he is not coming.

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Defeating terrorism on the internet

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Internet & social media encourages segregation and isolation

Internet & social media encourages segregation and isolation

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Ron Paul's Home School: a review

Ron Paul's Home School: a review

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Hackers bushwack the Bush family

Hackers bushwack the Bush family

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Internet banging: hip-hop and gangs take to social media

Internet banging: hip-hop and gangs take to social media

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Be careful befriending strangers in social media

Be careful befriending strangers in social media

Who is Robin Sage? Members of the defense and national security establishment violated military operational security restrictions trying to get to know her.

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Pro-abortion advocate sentenced for threatening murder

Father Frank Pavone, of Priests for Life, and Professor Robert George of Princeton University were threatened with murder by Theodore Shulman of New York.

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Demise of civil discourse: cyber-bullies and faceless media

Demise of civil discourse: cyber-bullies and faceless media

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Obama campaign mines personal information for political purposes

Obama campaign mines personal information for political purposes

The Obama campaign has hired 150 techies for its data mining project to glean information about Americans from social media.

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Russians hack LinkedIn

Russians hack LinkedIn

Users of LinkedIn are advised to change their passwords immediately.

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'Flame' computer virus sought Iran's atomic secrets

'Flame' computer virus sought Iran's atomic secrets

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Pakistan restores Twitter access after Mohammad flap

Pakistan restores Twitter access after Mohammad flap

Don't mess with Mohammad.

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Michigan university to offer free on-line courses

Michigan university to offer free on-line courses

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Addressing the cyber espionage threat to the United States

Addressing the cyber espionage threat to the United States

Hackers around the world strike the U.S. via the Internet to steal national and industrial secrets.

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Groupon website offers torture porn discounts

Groupon website offers torture porn discounts

Groupon offers discounts and coupons for merchandise and discounts. According to Morality in Media, this includes discounts on tours of the torture porn studio, Kink.

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Caine's Arcade: a story of enterprise and kindness

Caine's Arcade: a story of enterprise and kindness

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Muslim terrorist spree brings calls for monitoring websites

Muslim terrorist spree brings calls for monitoring websites

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has proposed legislaiton that would jail anyone visiting extremist websites.

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'Anonymous' hackers take down Vatican website

'Anonymous' hackers take down Vatican website

Anonymous took down the Vatican website because of Catholic liturgies and doctrine, and its "absurd and anachronistic concepts..."

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Facebook and rampant cyber anti-Semitism

Facebook and rampant cyber anti-Semitism

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Concern grows over Google's collaboration with foreign governments

Concern grows over Google's collaboration with foreign governments

Google receives requests from numerous governments, including China, United Kingdom, and the United States, to remove content and/or provide users' information. It will soon have to answer to Congress.

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Wikipedia in English goes dark for a day

Wikipedia in English goes dark for a day

Wikipedia president announced on Twitter that his website will join other online businesses like Reddit in an internet blackout scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 18.

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Vatican blunder reveals fallibility of Wikipedia

Vatican blunder reveals fallibility of Wikipedia

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GoDaddy! changes stance on SOPA after customers bolt

GoDaddy! changes stance on SOPA after customers bolt

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Egypt: Female blogger asks women to unveil themselves

Egypt: Female blogger asks women to unveil themselves

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Essential tips to increase social media presence

As the use of social media grows, it pays to be savvy. Don't be a phony, for instance.

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Fasting from Facebook for Advent

Fasting from Facebook for Advent

Tradition calls for a period of fasting and reflection in preparation for the Feast of the Nativity of the Lord, Christmas.

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St Joseph of Nazareth on Twitter

St Joseph of Nazareth on Twitter

A German has taken it upon himself to send out Tweets in the person of Joseph of Nazareth, a down to earth Jewish man betrothed to the Mother of God.

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Google's business plan for small businesses

Google's business plan for small businesses

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Egyptian woman to get 80 lashes for blogging without clothes

Egyptian woman to get 80 lashes for blogging without clothes

Twenty-year-old Alia el-Mahdy and a male companion are accused of defaming Islam and contributing to indecency in Egypt.

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