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Facebook announced steps this week to crack down on groups using its site to sell guns, but the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence says it missed the bar.
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The man Newsweek claims is the founder of bitcoin says he had nothing to do with the digital currency.
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When teenagers start trading sleep time for screen time, it can have some serious consequences.
The 64-year-old model train enthusiast says he has nothing to do with the currency.
Deal pulls user data into Facebook’s advertising business, groups say.
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The Oak Tree Gun Club is enduring severe backlash for offering the nation’s first smart gun.
After criticism from gun rights groups, the store renounced its association with the nation’s first smart gun.
“Satoshi Nakamoto” may not be a pseudonym, after all.
A British company seeks to adapt a spy blimp for other uses, such as tourism and academic research.
Don’t doubt Google’s far-out project to bring balloon-powered Internet to the masses.
Plus, Tor may be hiding hundreds of underground markets and a congressman pens a satirical letter against the dollar.
But Brown still faces a maximum sentence of up to 70 years.
You can’t make any real money off of it, but you can buy fun hats for your profile.
Now This News breaks down the internet video that fooled the Internet.
The Internet helps activists organize and share stories, but also allows their opponents to persecute them.
That would be one effect of a proposed Colorado bill, which has passed one legislative committee and is about to come before another.
Tech companies are finding it easier to resist the lure of profits.
In the aftermath of Microsoft’s highly public CEO succession, there were bound to be musical chairs and swinging doors.
More bitcoin woes, a critical cryptoflaw in Linux, and the other tech policy stories you need to read.
Comcast deserves credit for expanding its discounted Internet program. But as some point out, accessibility is a right, not a privilege.
Research has shown the benefits of an afternoon nap, yet most U.S. workplaces haven’t embraced the practice.
Siri’s not going to drive for you, but she’ll be within reach on the steering wheel and dashboard.
The company is about to face its biggest challenge in years.
Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz has long given advice to some of tech’s biggest names.
Y Combinator’s chart about gender diversity of the start-ups it funds doesn’t show the full story.
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