Jury Awards $2.2 Million to Employees Over DNA Tests in “Devious Defecator” Case
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Amazon Will Start Paying Some E-Book Authors by "Pages Read." That’s Smarter Than It Sounds.
How OK Cupid-Style Algorithms Can Increase Gender Diversity in Tech
OPM Hackers Used Rare, Recognizable Malware to Infiltrate
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Snapchat Is Better At Protecting Your Data From the Government Than Verizon or WhatsApp
There Are Finally Ice Hockey, Burrito, and Unicorn Emojis. But You Can’t Use Them.
The FCC Just Voted to Help the Poor Get Access to High-Speed Internet
Study: People Who Watch Cat Videos Are Shyer, Spend More Time Online
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Netizen Report: Indian Blogger Stuck Between Dubious Copyright Claim and Lousy Local Law
On Dinosaurs and Thomas JeffersonHow technology and Hollywood have changed since Jurassic Park came out in 1993.
EU Court Unexpectedly Rules Estonian Website Is Responsible for User Comments
Gmail’s Unbelievably Useful “Undo Send” Feature Is Out of Experimental Testing
Facebook Can Even ID You in Photos Where Your Face Isn’t Showing
Northern Lights Surge as Huge Solar Storm Reaches Earth
A Hacking Group Has Been Undermining Anti-Virus Software, but It’s Not Who You Think
Design Isn’t About Making Products. It’s About People’s Lives.
Google to Remove Revenge Porn from Search Results
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You Can Buy an Emotional Robot to Live at Your House. Want One?
“Project Lightning” Is the Best Idea Twitter’s Had in Years
Amazon Says Its Drone Fleet Will Be Ready to Start Deliveries Next Year
Pope Francis: “Every Person Living on This Planet” Should Act on Climate
Meet Some Real International Hackers
Big Security Flaws Hit the Samsung Galaxy and the iPhone in the Same Week
AT&T May Owe $100 Million for Selling Unlimited Data Plans That Weren’t Actually Unlimited
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