Woman Turns To Facebook To Help Find Beloved Hat
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Senate Committee OKs Electronic Privacy Measure
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Yet Another Shift In Facebook Policies Raises Privacy Concerns
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Senate Committee Approves Stricter Email Privacy
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Shaheen Dhada (left) and Renu Srinivasan leave court in Mumbai on Nov. 19. Dhada was arrested for a Facebook post questioning the shutdown of Mumbai for the funeral of a powerful politician; Srinivasan was arrested for "liking" the post. AP hide caption

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Facebook Arrests Ignite Free-Speech Debate In India
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Authorities in Hunan province sentenced Tang Hui to 18 months in a re-education-through-labor camp after she repeatedly complained about the way police investigated the case of her daughter's kidnapping and forced prostitution. An uproar on Weibo, China's answer to Twitter, pushed authorities to free Tang days later. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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How Ordinary Chinese Are Talking And Fighting Back
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Rich Jaroslovsky's Gadget Picks For 2012
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Rob Delaney Talks About Gratitude, Perspective, Spaceships And A Career With Teeth
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As more teens get mobile devices, parents are using apps to track their every tweet and post. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Parent Over Shoulder: Apps Help Mom Snoop Online, But Should She?
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New research suggests that doctors who communicate online with their patients may not see a drop in office visits. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Patients With Online Access To Doctors May Make More Office Visits
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Like many other brick-and-mortar retailers, Wal-Mart is trying to attract shoppers increasingly accustomed to online shopping. In one experiment, it's offering same-day delivery in four select markets. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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To Lure Shoppers, Wal-Mart Tries Same-Day Delivery
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Apps that can keep kids entertained during long road trips include (from left) Waze, Story Dice, Mobbles, Cobypic, and Postcard on the Run. NPR hide caption

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For Holiday Road Trips, Apps That Promise Diversions For Kids
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The Aesthetics Of First-Person Shooter Video Games
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Gmail Sends Message In Cherokee
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All out of nutmeg? The same algorithms that predicts your friends on Facebook can also figure out ingredient substitutions for your pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving. Courtesy of Lada Adamic. hide caption

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