The state of Alaska is planning to release 24,000 of former Gov. Sarah Palin's e-mails, which are likely to be closely scrutinized as the 2012 elect... read more »
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Google spent more money in Washington in 2010 as it tried to make its case while fending off federal regulators. Doing business in the nation's ... read more »
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(Credit: Screenshot by CNET) President Obama will make an appearance in the San Francisco Bay Area this week to meet with technology industry lead... read more »
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I woke up this morning thinking about Meg Whitman. You see, I'm finding hard to come to terms with the fact that my campaign to become customer of th... read more »
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Following days of street protests demanding an end to autocratic rule by President Hosni Mubarak, a country of more than 80 million people has found... read more »
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Net neutrality advocates in Washington have long insisted that eventual government regulations would be simple and easy to understand. Public Knowle... read more »
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Updated 1:20 p.m. PT with additional analysis that comes to a different conclusion. Did Google take code from Java when it built Android Oracle sure ... read more »
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PayPal, the popular online payment service owned by eBay, has "permanently restricted" the account hitherto used in fund-raising efforts by WikiLeak... read more »
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Antitrust expert Gary Reback outlines how regulators might one day try to take down Google. (Credit: Tom Krazit/CNET) WASHINGTON--Fresh off the ne... read more »
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A group of lawsuits filed yesterday by Priceline founder Walker Digital take aim at Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and more than 100 other comp... read more »
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WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange was granted bail today by a London judge, but prosecutors said they will appeal the decision. In a media-mobbed... read more »
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Some Americans would pay less for digital purchases from iTunes, Amazon.com, and other online stores in the future, if a bill that two U.S. senato... read more »
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commentary News that researchers have "discovered" hidden files on the iPhone that store geolocation data of approximate locations the devices pass ... read more »
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Over the last decade or two, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly extended the First Amendment's formidable legal shield to the Web. In 1997, ... read more »
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Congressional Republicans are starting to condemn the Obama administration for not doing enough to curb WikiLeaks. In a calculated affront to of... read more »
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WikiLeaks encountered another round of criticism in Washington political circles today as the two senators who head the Senate Intelligence Commit... read more »
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President Obama talks jobs and the economy with some of the nation&39's top tech leaders. Seated at the president's left is Apple CEO Steve Jobs' a... read more »
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Google is facing yet another challenge over privacy rights--this one to be played out in a Spanish courtroom, starting tomorrow. The search giant ... read more »
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Facebook offered a pointed defense of its data protection practices in a letter to two members of Congress released today, saying recent reports of ... read more »
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An advocacy group has filed a complaint with the FCC that argues Verizon Wireless shouldn't be allowed to block tethering apps that let people co... read more »
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