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Facebook’s possible entry into China raises questions about the role of social media companies in facilitating China’s strict Internet censorship policies.
Is Google’s Consent Decree with the U.S. Department of Justice adequate to ensure a competitive search engine marketplace?
Comparing songs to mobile apps, yet another commentator advocates for more meaningful ownership of digital music.
Study shows that global Internet freedom is on the decline.
After violating her probation, Lindsay Lohan was in and out of the slammer in a matter of hours, posting $75,000 in bail.
Samsung and Apple begin a legal battle over iPhone and iPad patents.
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