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Yelp justice at least.
One-star reviews in response to SB 101 opinion cannot be filtered by location.
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Not sure about that... haven't been keeping up with it... haven't even played Team Fortress in years.. sigh..
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Not a great look for Facebook (especially in the EU).
In the EU, where free and informed prior consent is required, there could be an issue.
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Well, why do you think we're here to begin with?

/Drama everywhere there & countless pictures of someone's food.  That's why!
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Don't stop be-liev-ing!
A patent case that could seep into copyright, file-sharing, and DVDs.
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Questionable timing for an announcement like this, but Amazon​ really does love buttons.
Dash Button connects to a Wi-Fi network and reminds you to buy more things.
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+Marius Piedallu van Wyk I'm with Marius on this.  Ars, you keep up with tech news well and your posts are interesting, but your Google+ bot is very poorly programmed.  Hire a Python AI developer.  (lmao) You can probably find about a thousand of them out of work on Reddit if you look well enough :D
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Whoops.
Agents offered DPR "LE counter-intel," extorted him, and hid their bitcoins.
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More proof that legalization is the only way to stem profits. Check out http://drugwarrant.com
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Forget more, remember better.
The more you forget, the better you can remember.
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The FTC can sue AT&T in an attempt to stop unlimited data throttling.
AT&T can't escape the FTC's jurisdiction, despite "common carrier" status.
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It's been ten years since this April 1 screed, how times change eh?

"I was awakened this morning by the horrible cacophony of a murder of crows outside my bedroom window. This ill omen plunged me into the deepest melancholy..."
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Wtf was this? 
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Potentially scary but technically impressive.
Reports: Millions of innocent Internet users conscripted into Chinese DDoS army.
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No joke, Microsoft​ has shared a first look at Project Spartan​.
Has ditching the legacy and adding Cortana made for a better browser?
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please no more browsers.
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Not a typo—"decades."
Atmel's 32-bit SAM L controllers, shipping soon, take low power to new extremes .
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LOL! The Atmel guy was all "Rickrolled? What's that?"
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That Spider-Man​ web shooter toy you've likely seen if you have kids in your life? It's headed to the Supreme Court of the United States​
Inventor wants court to reconsider a 50-year-old rule that limits patent payouts.
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