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China bans LinkedIn

China bans LinkedIn

Next victim of Chinese internet censorship foray is the LinkedIn. Chinese authorities suspected that this website is under use for plotting public campaign against government by some elements.

TalkTalk to begin testing its network-based anti-malware service

TalkTalk to begin testing its network-based anti-malware service

TalkTalk is planning to begin testing its network-based anti-malware service, that records all URLs entered by its customers even as there some concerns that it might breach privacy laws.

Next step in E-mail revolution

Next step in E-mail revolution

There has been a revolution of sort for the classic electronic mail with FAcebook launching its next generation email service and AOL announcing project for a complete overhaul of its once immensely popular offering.

Facebook might divide web: Web Founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee

Facebook might divide web: Sir Tim Berners-Lee

Web founder Sir Tim Berners Lee has started campaigning against web corporations that hoover up, hoard and offer their customers' a personal insight and data. Through an article released for the Scientific American, Berners-Lee, the claimed its discovery of the World Wide Web had acquired him a status of being one of the "most successful inhabitants".

Three to launch 'Human Hotspots' in the UK

Three to launch 'Human Hotspots' in the UK

Mobile network operator Three is planning to launch what it calls, 'Human Hotspots' to offer free Wi-Fi in major cities across the UK.

Facebook, Yahoo, AOL appeal for protection of free speech online in UK

Facebook, Yahoo, AOL appeal for protection of free speech online in UK

Facebook, Yahoo, AOL UK and Mumsnet along with the Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) have appealed for the protection of better protection of free speech online in the UK by suggesting urgent reform of UK libel laws in an open letter to David Cameron.

Amazon bows on decision to sell guide for pedophiles

Amazon bows on decision to sell guide for pedophiles

Retail major, Amazon has appeared to have bowed to the public pressure over its decision to sell a how-to-guide for pedophiles.

The firm has removed the book self-published by Phillip R. Greaves II called `The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure: A Child-lover's Code of Conduct' from its Kindle store after initially defending on grounds of censorship.

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