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Facebook says hackers were able to access millions of phone numbers and email addresses

Facebook says hackers were able to access millions of phone numbers and email addresses

Facebook said a recent security breach impacted 30 million users, which is about 20 million fewer than the company first announced in late September

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Justice Department Sues California Over Net Neutrality Law

Justice Department Sues California Over Net Neutrality Law

California is on track to find out just how much control one state can have over giant Internet service providers

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Facebook says nearly 50m users compromised in huge security breach

Facebook says nearly 50m users compromised in huge security breach

Attack gave hackers ability to take over accounts in what is believed to be largest breach in Facebook’s history

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White House Drafts Order To Look Into Google, Facebook Practices

White House Drafts Order To Look Into Google, Facebook Practices

Executive order is preliminary and isn’t clear will be signed

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Twitter is so liberal that its conservative employees ‘don’t feel safe to express their opinions,’ says CEO Jack Dorsey

Twitter is so liberal that its conservative employees ‘don’t feel safe to express their opinions,’ says CEO Jack Dorsey

“I don’t think that’s fair or right,” Dorsey says

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Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones and Infowars accounts

Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones and Infowars accounts

The accounts violated the company's abusive behavior policies, Twitter said in a series of tweets

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