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The Center for Disease Control & Prevention released a guide for surviving a zombie apocalypse. In the words of the CDC, “you may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you read this.”
Sony claims that it has now successfully corrected the security breach that occurred last month on its PlayStation Network servers.
Eight New York residents filed suit against search provider Baidu and the Chinese government for allegedly violating their constitutional rights by blocking pro-democracy search results.
Zuckerberg asserts that kids under the age of 13 should be allowed on social networking sites.
AT&T considers acquisition of T-Mobile.
Google faces potential $500 million fine for allegedly profiting from illegal online pharmacies.
White House unveils a Cybersecurity Legislative Proposal.
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