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11.27.14
European Parliament passes vote asking for Google to be broken up
11.27.14

European Parliament passes vote asking for Google to be broken up

Earlier this week, there were reports that the European Parliament would recommend that Google sea...

By J. Trew,   11.27.14
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11.21.14
EU wants to separate search from the rest of Google
11.21.14

EU wants to separate search from the rest of Google

Google's been caught up in an antitrust tango with the European Union for years, and since the EU...

By C. Velazco,   11.21.14
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11.17.14
iPad triggers evacuation at Houses of Parliament
11.17.14

iPad triggers evacuation at Houses of Parliament

If you own an iPad you already know how easily it can kill your productivity, but one of Apple's ta...

By Mike Wehner,   11.17.14
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10.23.14
Hungary needs cash, so it wants to tax internet traffic
10.23.14

Hungary needs cash, so it wants to tax internet traffic

It's probably a good thing that Google got its Street View surveil of Hungary in when it did, beca...

By T. Seppala,   10.23.14
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08.28.13
New Zealand Parliament bans software patents with a 117-4 vote
08.28.13

New Zealand Parliament bans software patents with a 117-4 vote

After five years of debate and a 117-4 vote, New Zealand's Parliament has passed a bill that says...

By M. Grey,   08.28.13
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07.30.13
Australians urged to 'lawfully evade' unfair prices on digital goods
07.30.13

Australians urged to 'lawfully evade' unfair prices on digital goods

After going through a year-long rigmarole of summonses and interrogations to find out why Australi...

By S. Sakr,   07.30.13
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07.19.13
UK government receptive to bill that would pardon Alan Turing
07.19.13

UK government receptive to bill that would pardon Alan Turing

Many in the UK recognize Alan Turing's contributions to computing as we know it, but attempts to o...

By J. Fingas,   07.19.13
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07.17.13
UK surveillance agency off the hook, legally, for PRISM
07.17.13

UK surveillance agency off the hook, legally, for PRISM

It may be the US government generating the most PRISM-related headlines, but the UK authorities ha...

By T. O'Brien,   07.17.13
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02.12.13
Adobe preemptively cuts prices to avoid wrath of Australian lawmakers
02.12.13

Adobe preemptively cuts prices to avoid wrath of Australian lawmakers

Adobe has suddenly knocked 20 percent off its prices in Australia just one day after it was summon...

By S. Sakr,   02.12.13
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