Silicon Valley Coalition Faces New Challenge

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What The FBI Wants In A Social Media Monitoring App

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How Online Paywalls Are Changing Journalism

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'Consent' Asks: Who Owns The Internet?

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A sign for Google is displayed behind the Google Android robot at the National Retail Federation in New York. The announced changes to Google's privacy policy have drawn both positive and negative attention. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Public Or Private: Keeping Google From Being 'Evil'

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On Amazon, An Uneasy Mix Of Plagiarism And Erotica

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Real-Time Frustration Over Twitter's New Policy

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Facebook Timeline Brings The Past Back To The Future

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Can Science Be Done Without Secrecy?

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A Mobile Wallet: Cash, Credit, Or ... Cellphone?

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Google Revises Its Privacy Policy

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A woman uses her smartphone on a street in Seoul. New rules are on the way to protect consumers from expensive data roaming fees, but for now, phone owners can take steps to help themselves. Kim Jae-Hwan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How To Avoid 'Bill Shock' From Smartphone Use

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