Law professor Lawrence Lessig, shown here in 2009, is suing an Australian record label for threatening to sue him over an alleged YouTube copyright violation. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images hide caption

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Record Label Picks Copyright Fight — With The Wrong Guy

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Some reputation management companies required that its writers have a certain number of Yelp friends. Yelp says it welcomed the New York attorney general's crackdown on fake reviewers. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Fake Reviewers Get Zero Stars From New York Attorney General

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A close view of the packaging of Grand Theft Auto V at the midnight opening at the HMV music store in London on Tuesday. It made history with a record $800 million in sales on its first day. This version continues to generate controversy over its glorification of violence, drugs and its demeaning portraits of women. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Female Fans Love New Grand Theft Auto Despite Demeaning Content

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Twitter Files For Initial Public Offering

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The Microma watch was the first watch with a liquid crystal display, but the limited technology of the time prevented Intel from achieving much else with it. Courtesy of Intel hide caption

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Long Before Most, Intel Chased The Smart Watch

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Cookie Marenco records musicians on a small remote recording console live at the California Audio Show in August. She'll demonstrate the quality of DSD to the audience by playing back her recording. How close will it sound to the live performance? Very close, according to people present. Cindy Carpien hide caption

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What Does A Song That Costs $5 Sound Like?

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Apple Hopes New iPhone Will Help It Compete In Developing World

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Basic Internet Economics At Stake In Net Neutrality Suit

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A group of technology and retail groups is beginning a national ad campaign targeting so-called patent trolls. The Internet Association, National Restaurant Association, National Retail Federation and Food Marketing Institute hide caption

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Taking The Battle Against Patent Trolls To The Public

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On June 15, the day that Pandora became a publicly traded company, traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange wore the company's insignia. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Streaming Services Make Money?

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Ballmer's Retirement Announcement Drives Up Microsoft Stock

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Kodak Reinvents Itself As Judge Approves Bankruptcy Exit

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About a year since launching, Vine says it has more than 40 million registered users. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Vine Settled On 6 Seconds

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The San Francisco Public Library has been digitizing its historical document collections for years, including the scrapbooks of famed homicide detective Theodore Kytka. The SFPL is among scores of libraries and archives adding their digital collections to the DPLA. Via San Francisco Public Library hide caption

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Combining The Nation's Digitized Libraries, All In One Place

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