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Online versions of college courses are attracting hundreds of thousands of students, millions of dollars in funding, and accolades from university administrators. Is this a fad, or is higher education about to get the overhaul it needs?

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New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has apologized to Kim Dotcom after a report from the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security found that the government illegally monitored the Megaupload founder.

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Lew Rockwell blog

In New Zealand there is a growing backlash against the govt's treatment of Kim Dotcom. The US is trying to extradite him for copyright charges because he offered an online file storage service. The NZ govt was illegally spying on him.

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We noted recently that Facebook's list of newly approved "Strategic Preferred Marketing Developers (SPMD)" — client companies and agencies who qualify for early participation in beta ad products and other advanced looks at cool new stuff — contained

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Facebook has denied claims that a software bug caused private messages dating from 2009 to be displayed on profiles overnight, insisting that the messages were left in public originally, but that members have since become more privacy-conscious.

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Facebook officially unveiled its FBX ad exchange — in which ad buyers can "retarget" Facebook users within Facebook based on cookies they picked up on other web sites — yesterday by branding it with a fancy new logo.

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