The group Anonymous has threatened to take down the Internet on Saturday to protest anti-piracy proposals that they consider online censorship. Here, a masked protester demonstrates against one such measure last month in Zagreb, Croatia, last month. Hrvoje Polan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Anonymous' Hacking Group Threatens The Internet

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The Homeland Security Department's Control System Security Program facilities in Idaho Falls, Idaho, are intended to protect the nation's power grid, water and communications systems. U.S. security officials and members of Congress are convinced a new law may be needed to promote improved cyberdefenses at critical facilities. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Cybersecurity Bill: Vital Need Or Just More Rules?

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Sanctions' Squeeze On Iran Tightens

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visits the Natanz uranium enrichment facility in April 2008. Western governments suspect Iran is seeking nuclear weapons, a charge Tehran denies. How to handle the possible threat from a nuclear-armed Iran is a major foreign policy concern of the U.S. AP hide caption

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How Far Apart On Iran Are GOP Candidates, Obama?

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U.S. A Net Gas Exporter For First Time In Decades

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U.S. To Israel: Iran Is Feeling Heat From Sanctions

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Mitt Romney campaigns with Puerto Rican Gov. Luis Fortuno at Lanco Paint Co. in Orlando, Fla., last month. The Puerto Rico's March 18 primary could be a significant source of delegates for the GOP candidates. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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As GOP Races On, Puerto Rico Could Be Battleground

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Staff members use computers at a press center in Beijing. Security experts say hacking of U.S. computers from China is becoming an increasing problem. Greg Baker/AP hide caption

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U.S. Not Afraid To Say It: China's The Cyber Bad Guy

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FBI Director Robert Mueller, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and CIA Director David Petraeus appear before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Officials Point To Iran As Growing Threat

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In Iran's Oil Gambit, EU Nations Have Much To Lose

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Fishing boats are seen in front of oil tankers on the Persian Gulf waters, south of the Strait of Hormuz. The European Union has announced plans to join U.S. efforts to slow the flow of oil from Iran, the world's third largest exporter. Kamran Jebreili/AP hide caption

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Can Sanctions Alone Get Iran To Negotiate?

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Catherine Ashton, the European Union foreign policy chief, speaks in Brussels on Monday following a meeting of EU foreign ministers. The EU has agreed to an embargo on buying oil from Iran in the latest sanction against that country for its nuclear program. Virginia Mayo/AP hide caption

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EU Squeezes Iran With New Oil Sanctions

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NPR's Tom Gjelten joined Angelina Jolie (right) on a panel about the film In the Land of Blood and Money. Also seen are Vanesa Glodjo (left) and Goran Kostic, who act in the film. Courtesy of FilmDistrict hide caption

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A Look Back At Bosnia, Through Angelina Jolie's Eyes

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The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, known as ICANN, is forging ahead with plans to sell new domain categories despite vocal opposition. The decision raises questions about who should govern the Internet. mipan/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Who — If Anyone — Should Control The Internet?

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