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chuckbaldwinlive.com

The Internet is filled with good and bad. Personally, I believe the Internet (along with a precious few independent newspapers and radio talk shows) is analogous to colonial America’s “Committees of Correspondence”

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Erica Naone via TechnologyReview.com

Amazon has launched a service that lets you store music on its cloud servers and access it from anywhere through a Web browser or app. The service marks the first time a major digital music retailer has allowed users such flexibility

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Los Angeles Times

The U.S. is vulnerable to a cyber attack, with its electrical grids, pipelines, chemical plants and other infrastructure designed without security in mind. Some say not enough is being done to protect the country. When a large Southern California wa

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COMPUTERWORLD

For more than 24 hours this week, it was a question that very few security experts could answer: Who had knocked the world's worst spam botnet offline? After infecting close to a million computers and spamming out as many as 30 billion unwanted e

News Link • Global Reported By Justin Tyme
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The Political Commentator

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved the .XXX domain for pornography websites in a Registry Agreement with ICM Registry. "... The .xxx domain would be established especially for pornographic websites, and B

News Link • Global Reported By Michael Haltman
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PC Magazine

ICANN has approved the formation of the .XXX domain, the board of the organization said Friday. The board said it will allow its general counsel to allow execute a registry agreement with ICM, who will oversee the new domain. According to Peter De

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Sam Gustin via WIRED.com

Amazon’s escalating battle with several cash-strapped states over collecting sales tax on web purchases is yet another example of technology outpacing U.S. law. And the dispute shows no signs of a resolution any time soon.

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guardian.co.uk

The free messaging and internet phone service Skype carries a number of worrying security concerns which could put users living in oppressive regimes in danger, says the advocacy group Privacy International. The free internet telephony service has

News Link • Global Reported By Justin Tyme
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