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Facebook to Offer Free Wi-Fi Program In Exchange for Check-ins
Facebook continues its quest to be people’s number one source for everything as it begins to roll out free Wi-Fi services with its new partnership...
Lavabit Repeatedly Denied U.S. Govt. Access to Users' Emails, Despite Intimidation
Large web companies such as Google, Yahoo! and Bing have rolled over to requests and court orders made by the U.S. government to spy on their users'...
California Bans 'Revenge Porn' Pictures on the Web
Californians who post naked photos of their ex-lovers online to get revenge can now get six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.California Governor...
OKCupid Dating Site Allows Users to Pay to Filter Out Unattractive People
The normally free dating website OkCupid.com has added a new pay feature which allows users to block "overweight," "full figured," "used up" and "...
Twitter Allows Terrorist Groups, Suggests People Follow Their Pages
Terrorist organizations such as Al-Shabaab and al-Qaeda have been turning to social media sites, including Twitter, in an effort to sway the public...
'I Do Now I Don’t' Website Resells Engagement, Wedding Rings from Failed Relationships
A new jewelry website is helping jilted fiancees and divorced people resell their engagement and wedding rings. I Do Now I Don’t was created by...
Newark, N.J. Mayor Cory Booker Flirts with Stripper 'Lynsie Lee'
Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker isn’t disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, but he seems to be flirting with disaster. Booker, who is running...
Man Googles Health Problems, Dies Shortly Afterwards
An unidentified man was recently found dead inside a parked car, which was sitting in the parking lot of Grand Valley State University in Allendale,...
New Chrome Plugin Makes it Easier for You to Erase Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus may rule the Internet world right now, but that doesn’t mean she has to rule your browser. Developer Chris Horris has come to the rescue...
'Anonymous' Member Matthew DeHart Claims Torture by FBI Agents
Canada is reportedly trying to deport Matthew DeHart, who says he is one of the original founding members of the hacktivist group "Anonymous." DeHart...
‘Net Neutrality’ Case May Decide the Fate of Netflix, YouTube
A landmark net neutrality case in Washington D.C. federal court could lead to Internet service providers deciding what services can be streamed...
300 Teens Break Into NFL Player's Home, Brag About Vandalism Online (Video)
About three hundred teenagers allegedly broke into a vacant home of former New England Patriot Brian Holloway, threw a party, stole items and trashed...
NSA Impersonates Google to Spy on Web Users
According to new data revealed by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, the NSA has used a "man in the middle" (MITM) hack to...
Montana Lt. Gov. John Walsh 'Likes' Facebook Breast Page, Accidentally
Montana Lieutenant Governor John Walsh (D) reportedly clicked ‘Like’ on a Facebook page dedicated to women’s breasts on Aug 19. According to Buzzfeed...
Glenn Beck's New Email Service to Compete with Gmail
Conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck announced his new email service today during his Internet TV show. Beck's service will be called "1791 Email" and won’...
Americans Much More Interested in Miley Cyrus Than Syria, Says Study
When it comes to Miley Cyrus vs. Syria (and possibly World War III), the twerking pop singer wins the attention of most Americans by a landslide. The...
School District Pays Company $40K to Spy on Students Online
While most schools in California are barely scraping by, the Glendale Unified School District is spending $40,000 to follow its students on social...
'Passwords Are Dead' Says Google's Manager of Information Security
Heather Adkins, Google's manager of information security, announced on Tuesday that "passwords are dead." Adkins was speaking at the TechCrunch...
Parents 'Re-Homing' Adopted Children to Strangers Online
Giving up a child that you have adopted, but don't like, to new parents might sound like a TV sitcom episode, but it's a reality in the U.S. There is...
Kenneth Cole Sells Footwear With 'Boots On The Ground' Tweet, Uproar Follows
Clothing designer Kenneth Cole seized on the serious situation in Syria to promote his footwear today. He tweeted on Twitter this afternoon: "'Boots...
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