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YouTube's PewDiePie 'Sickened' by Mosque Gunman's Namedrop

YouTube's most-watched blogger PewDiePie said he was "sickened" after hearing that the gunman behind Friday's New Zealand mosque massacre had promoted his videos before opening fire. 

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Facebook Says It 'Quickly' Removed New Zealand Shooter's Video

Facebook said Friday it had "quickly" removed a live video from the suspected gunman in twin mosque shootings that killed at least 49 people in New Zealand.

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Apple Disputes Spotify Anti-Competitive Claims

Apple dismissed Friday Spotify's accusations of anti-competitive behavior, saying the Swedish music streaming giant was trying to enjoy the benefits of its online market without paying the cost of its upkeep.

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Facebook Blames Server Problem for Massive Outage

Facebook blamed a "server configuration change" Thursday for a massive outage affecting its applications around the world and brought fresh attention to the embattled social networking leader.

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Report: Facebook Faces Criminal Probe of Data Deals

U.S. prosecutors have launched a criminal investigation into Facebook's practice of sharing users' data with companies without letting the social network's members know, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.

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Lawyers for Huawei Due in U.S. Court in Iran Sanctions Case

Lawyers for the Chinese electronics giant Huawei (HWAH'-way) are due in court in a U.S. case charging the company with violating Iran trade sanctions.

The company is to be arraigned Thursday morning on an indictment filed in federal court in Brooklyn.

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Life Without Facebook? Social Network Outage Triggers Moans and Soul Searching

Facebook grappled Thursday with a widespread outage, forcing millions of people to taste life without the world's largest social media platform.

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Murdoch's News Corp Calls for Google Breakup

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp has called for Google to be broken up in Australia, the latest salvo in a battle between the corporate media giants.

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Trump Says 'Tim Apple' Gaffe was on Purpose

Widely mocked for calling Apple CEO Tim Cook "Tim Apple" to his face, President Donald Trump came up with an explanation Monday: it wasn't a gaffe, he was just being succinct.

Trump said his apparent slip-up at a White House roundtable with business leaders last Wednesday had been on purpose.

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Thousands Protest Russia's 'Internet Isolation'

Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies Sunday which critics say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world.

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