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Michigan woman faces murder charges from a Facebook feud that ended in tragedy.
House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank’s drive to establish a licensing and regulation system for Internet gambling still faces resistance.
70,000 blogs unexpectedly shut down by unidentified law enforcement agency.
Google tells the Federal Communications Commission that enforcing “Hot News” will create a hot mess.
Jury selection begins in Anna Nicole Smith case against two doctors on drug conspiracy charges.
A U.S. Judge ruled Thursday that Baidu, China’s leading search engine, can sue its U.S.-based domain name service provider, Register.com, for breach of contract, gross negligence, and recklessness related to an attack by hackers.
Amazon gets major exclusive contract for e-editions of world’s most popular literary works.
Legal battle heats up in dispute over remains of legendary Jim Thorpe.
Wal-Mart’s new electronic tracking tags for clothing raises privacy concerns for consumers.
President and CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) says that the Internet will run out of Internet addresses in about one year’s time.
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