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In the news…
N.B.A. reaches deal to save the season, which will open on Christmas Day.
Federal government seizes over 100 domain names in one of largest piracy crackdowns ever.
Militant Saudi Arabian-based group allegedly hired hackers to breach AT&T’s telecom network.
Apple removes ‘Jew or Not Jew?’ app, which sparked a lawsuit from a number of organizations alleging that the app violated France’s strict laws banning the compiling of people’s personal details without their consent.
The European Court of Justice rules that ISPs cannot be forced to implement measures to prevent illegal downloading.
Miley Cyrus admits to being a pothead.
Syracuse decides to fire Coach Fine after new allegations of molestation surface.
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