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Data for 1.3 million customers stolen in recent Sega data breach.
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The war between Rebecca Black and Ark Music over the video “Friday” continues.
Google’s Admeld deal under DOJ scrutiny.
Several major data breaches have highlighted the need for new tools to stop hackers.
Google faces $6.1 million patent lawsuit involving Oracle smartphone technology.
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