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The Bay Guardian, SF’s Legendary Weekly Paper, Publishes Its Final Issue With Help From Gumroad

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Foundation And Big Data

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Teddy The Guardian, The Protective Plushie, Gets $400K In Seed Investment

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JW Player Raises $20M To Help Video Publishers Look Beyond YouTube

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Can Content Pay Its Way Through Social Shares And Tailored Email Newsletters?

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US Promises EU Citizens Stronger Data Privacy Rights

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Pentagon Report Calls Scope Of Snowden Leaks “Staggering,” Their Impact “Grave”

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BlackBerry Sued An Executive Who Defected To Apple

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The story goes BlackBerry senior vice-president for software Sebastian Marineau-Mes resigned from his post in late December 2013 after Apple offered him a position as vice president of Core OS. But BlackBerry wouldn’t let him go and sued for breach of contact. Marineau-Mes alleged his contract is not a valid and enforceable contract. The Guardian reports that a court sided with BlackBerry… Read More

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Change In UK Tax Law Could Raise The Price Of Music And Apps In The Country

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A change in UK tax law that may take force at the start of 2015 would push the price of apps, music and other downloads and “e-services” higher in the United Kingdom. The legal shift would see downloads in the United Kingdom charged the value added tax (VAT) of that country. Currently, The Guardian reports, companies like Apple and other digital store owners “are allowed to sell… Read More

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UK Spy Agency Collected Webcam Images From Yahoo Users With The Help Of NSA, Report Says

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In yet another stunning revelation about digital espionage (though how stunned can we continue to be at this point), The Guardian reports that British surveillance organization GCHQ ran a program between 2008 and 2012 that collected images from Yahoo chat users’ webcams. The program managed to collect a high volume of webcam imagery, including sex chat content, from over 1.8 million global… Read More

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