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The U.S. copyright office said works created by animals belong in the public domain.
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Users will see tweets from people they don’t know but which were “favorites” of accounts they follow on their Twitter timeline.
The vast majority of the arrests have been for a “failure to disperse.“
Taser and VieVu, which make cameras for cops, have seen Ferguson bump up an already thriving business.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a consent order fining Texas-based First Investors Financial Services Group $2.75 million Tuesday.
A study of over 3,000 lawsuits finds that so-called “non-practicing entities” act opportunistically.
Computers of Malaysian officials who were involved in the MH370 investigation were hacked and classified data was stolen, according to a Malaysia newspaper.
An industry that’s typically disengaged from politics is increasingly learning that it can’t be ignored.
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Mikey Dickerson, the new head of the U.S. Digital Service, is partial to the rumpled look, and the White House says it’s fine with it.
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I drove the new Mercedes-Benz electric car. They have a long ways to go to catch the king.
Scores of horrifying images continued circulating, despite the social media company’s efforts.
The rule prevents sports games from being shown on local broadcast TV if not enough tickets have been sold. Yet black lawmakers are arguing that this system benefits consumers.
The company is trying to woo new users even as its network gets a low rating compared to competitors.
Samsung settles charges that it misled resellers who sold federal agencies products made in China.
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