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Web users in the United Arab Emirates have more to worry about than having just their BlackBerries cracked.
Help Slate find better words for tweet, like, and other social-media jargon.
What’s wrong with the FCC’s plan to bring high-speed Internet access to rural America.
The dangers of social spam.
What Facebook can learn from Gmail.
Wikipedia’s new editing policy isn’t the end of the encyclopedia’s democratic age.
Why using Social Security numbers for identification is risky and stupid.
Will my video get 1 million views on YouTube?
Step aside, Windows. The Web browser is coming to save the day.
How shutting down Craigslist’s “erotic services” section hurts prostitutes and cops.
It’s time to move beyond those squiggly letter tests.
The uncanny ease of spying on someone by hacking into his webcam.
Friendster is at once a thriving success and a robot-ruled ghost planet.
Evolution and Facebook’s “25 Random Things About Me” craze.
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