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Libyan rebels apparently kill their own military commander

By Rania El Gamal

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On domain seizures over links, DHS faces digital conundrum

What makes Google searches any different from websites dedicated to searching out and linking to copyrighted content on other servers?

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'Anonymous' hacks security firm that probed its membership‎

The online group of hacktivists known as "Anonymous" infiltrated the network and websites of an Internet security company after learning the company planned to sell information about the group to the FBI.

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Egyptian police targeted protesters via social media

Egyptian police used the very instrument that sparked the recent anti-government rebellion, social media, to catch its youthful organizers, according to a published report.

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Climate science is a 'religion,' Washington Post columnist claims

A Washington Post columnist recently attacked a Nobel Prize winner by claiming that the scientific consensus that backs climate change is essentially a religious institution.

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Update: Egypt denied VP was targeted for assassination

Update: Egypt denied Saturday that Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman was a target of a recent assassination attempt, according to the Associated Press.

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Media Matters debunks Obama's alleged Bible misquote

Fox News recently accused President Barack Obama of misquoting a passage from the Bible during his address this week at the National Prayer Breakfast. However, a liberal media watchdog group pointed out that Fox Nation failed to realize that "there is more than one version of the Bible."

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Kucinich demands visit with accused Wikileaks source

A liberal congressman has demanded a chance to visit with accused secrets leaker Pfc. Bradley Manning, who is being held in US military custody.

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Al Jazeera's Cairo office burned down by pro-Mubarak 'thugs'

Al Jazeera's office in Cairo was stormed by a "gang of thugs" and set on fire along with all the equipment inside it, the Arab news network said Friday.

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Mubarak thugs force Anderson Cooper into hiding

CNN reporter Anderson Cooper admitted Thursday he was "a little bit scared" for his safety after being repeatedly attacked by supporters of embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

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Fox News producers scripted 'socialism' outcry, email shows

A seemingly spontaneous response concerning the Obama campaign canceling an appearance on a local news station was actually scripted by Fox News' producers, internal documents obtained by Media Matters show.

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Arizona bill aims to let state ignore federal laws

Members of the Arizona Legislature, led by Republican Senate President Russell Pearce, have introduced a bill that attempts to grant the state the power to ignore federal laws it does not want to comply with.

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Canada's government to overturn Internet usage caps

The Canadian government will seek to overturn an independent agency's decision to allow Internet providers the ability to cap usage, effectively turning bandwidth into a commodity.

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Republican bill would allow states to 'opt out' of health care laws

Senate Republicans Lindsey Graham and John Barrasso have introduced legislation that would allow states to opt out of certain provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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