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In the news…
The US government is spending millions on the creation of stealth wireless networks that would enable activists to communicate with the outside world after governments, like Iran, Syria, and Libya, attempt to stop all outside communications.
Apple changes its review guidelines for iPhone apps to prohibit apps designed to help drivers avoid DUI checkpoints.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to expand the anti-texting law to include the use of any electronic device while driving.
Former National Security Agency official that leaked classified information to reporters accepts a plea deal.
A California appeals court rules that superimposing a child’s face onto explicit, sexual photos of other women is not child pornography.
A new patent on e-discovery software that reduces the need for human management and increases the amount of automation performed by computers could decrease normal review costs by 45 to 70 percent.
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