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India's in the midst of a security crisis and has asked Twitter to curtail \"inflammatory messages\" or prepare to face legal action, according to the Times of India. The country has shut down numerous websites, while Google and Facebook have already pledged to remove any threatening content. Offici

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Algorithms can only take you so far when you want to minimize obscene content on your social networking site. As the amount of user-uploaded content has exploded in recent times, so has the need for web content screeners, whose job it is to peruse the millions of images we throw up to online hubs l

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The China versus Google spat seems to be drawing to a conciliatory end today, as a senior state official has announced China is \"satisfied\" with Google's latest round of changes. This was somewhat predictable given that the country just recently renewed El Goog's license to host sites within its bo

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This next item's for any rogue states out there that might be planning a comprehensive wave of cyber-attacks: It looks like Microsoft has admitted that indeed it was a security flaw in Internet Explorer that hackers based in China exploited in the recent attacks on Google. As is often the case, the

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China's efforts to preload the Green Dam censorware on all PCs in the country have been going pretty poorly so far, with accusations of software piracy and manufacturer displeasure causing delays. Now the government is backing down from that stance, stating that the original regulation wasn't \"expr

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It looks like the FCC's investigation into Comcast's questionable traffic management is turning up a number of interesting details, the latest of which comes from AT&T's Robert Quinn, who told FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell that, \"use of a P2P file sharing application would constitute a materi

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It looks like the FCC's investigation into Comcast's questionable traffic management is turning up a number of interesting details, the latest of which comes from AT&T's Robert Quinn, who told FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell that, \"use of a P2P file sharing application would constitute a materi

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FCC Chairman Kevin Martin announced at CES last night that his agency will be looking into Comcast's data-meddling ways. \"Sure, we're going to investigate and make sure that no consumer is going to be blocked,\" he said. Per FCC rules Comcast is allowed to use \"reasonable traffic management\" solution

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