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April 24, 2014

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Women Play Video Games. Can We Cut The Sexist Crap Now?

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Silicon Valley Handles Heartbleed The Best Way It Knows How: Throwing Money At It

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Helicopters Just Should NOT Go Upside Down Like This

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Net Neutrality Neutered

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New Details Emerge On The New, Neutered Net Neutrality Rules

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7 Things That Have Been Around A Lot Longer Than You Think

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Putin Calls The Internet A 'CIA Project'

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Apple Should Have Read The Lyrics Before Putting This Song In An Ad

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What Happens When A Country Escapes Near Internet Darkness

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Here's Why Your Old High School Friends Are Unfriending You On Facebook

Facebook Knows Everything About You, And If You Don't Believe Us Here's Proof

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Tech CEO Dodges Felony Charge Despite Horrifying Abuse Video

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