Not Another Net-Neutrality Story – The Atlantic

It’s no mistake, then, that the Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, treated net neutrality as an abstraction as he pushed for Free Basics last year. “Most of the folks who are pushing for net neutrality have access to the Internet already,” he said in a Q&A with college students in Delhi, according to local reports. “I […]

Facebook Ordered To Stop Tracking Non-Users In France – TechCrunch

Yet more privacy problems for Facebook in Europe. Now the French data protection authority, the CNIL, has issued the company with a formal notice to get its house in order and comply with European data protection law or face possible referral to the CNIL’s select committee which could then choose to pursue a sanction against the company. […]

Justice, Homeland Security Probe Hack of DHS, FBI Employee Data – NBCNews.com

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department are investigating a claim that personal data related to thousands of DHS and FBI employees was hacked and has been posted online, an agency spokesman said on Monday. The tech website Motherboard reported on Sunday that a hacker, who Motherboard said wished to remain anonymous, […]

Need Help Creating a Game? Try Amazon Lumberyard – PC Magazine

Amazon today launched a free, cross-platform 3D game engine, supported by AWS Cloud and Twitch. Amazon Lumberyard aims to help developers—from novice to professional—create high-quality games. The Web giant also announced Amazon GameLift, a new service for deploying, operating, and scaling session-based multiplayer titles. When used with Lumberyard, developers can easily […]

Instagram Turns On Account Switching – PC Magazine

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India Bans Facebook’s Basics App to Support Net Neutrality – WIRED

Nobody ever said connecting the world would be easy. Despite aggressive efforts to promote universal connectivity in India, Facebook just struck out. India’s telecom regulator has blocked the company’s Free Basics service as part of a ruling that supports net neutrality. The decision follows nearly a year of escalating conflict between Facebook and the country’s net […]

Anti-piracy group BREIN demands Torrents Time cease and desist – VentureBeat

Not even a week has gone by since Torrents Time appeared on the scene, and the site has already been served with a cease-and-desist letter. Anti-piracy group BREIN, based in the Netherlands, has deemed the streaming tool an “illegal application” and demands the administrators “cease and desist the distribution of Torrents Time immediately.” Torrents Time […]

Report: Google to launch a Gear VR competitor, build VR into Android OS – Ars Technica

We’ve said a few times now that Google’s virtual reality initiative is too big for the company to just be working on Google Cardboard, and now the Financial Times has published a report detailing what seems to be the next phase of Google’s VR push. The report says that Google is working on “a successor to Cardboard,” creating […]

Online ‘Malware Museum’ Offers Up Nerdy Nostalgia – PC Magazine

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Zuckerberg Puts Mandarin Skills to Use in Lunar New Year Message – PC Magazine

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