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Elon Musk’s Twitter and Telsa Motors, Inc. (TSLA) website hacked

Tesla CEO Elon Musk Twitter account, and the company website were hacked on Saturday. The company’s IT department had a tough time as hackers took control of the website, and the hackers promised free cars via tweets. The first signs of the attack were made around 1:52 PM pacific, when the hacker declared control of the account. The account’s name ...

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Microsoft Bing crosses 20 percent market share, partnership with Yahoo renewed

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) introduced that some amendments were made by them to their 10 calendar year lookup partnership for making it possible for Yahoo to produce individual look. Moreover, Microsoft’s Bing search engine has already crossed the 20 percent market share for the first time. Finally, Marissa Mayer has earned what she wants and this is an opportunity ...

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Google set for a long battle in EU antitrust case

The European Union is likely to narrow down on Google for abusing its search-engine dominance, for shopping service. Google’s Android software will also be investigated by regulators though major charges and fines are unlikely to be faced by the company. European competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager followed the case Wednesday that will decide if the search engine giant will succeed in ...

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EU’s Commissioner presses Antitrust charges against Google

Things are probably on the verge of turning foul again to Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) as the European Union’s Competition Commissioner has decided to bring in the antitrust lawsuit against the search engine giant. Margrethe Vestager has made a formal announcement in regard to the antitrust charges that she is stating against Google. This is amidst the major antitrust lawsuits that ...

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Telecom company CenturyLink sues the FCC over Net Neutrality rules

CenturyLink, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTL) adds its name to the list of companies who have raised their voice against the Tile II rules of the Federal Communications Commission with regard to the issue of Net Neutrality. CenturyLink is not the first telecom company to challenge the rules. Phone Association USTelecom and Alamo Broadband have already filed suitable lawsuits against FCC in different appeal ...

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Whistleblowers At Risk While Using U.S. Government Websites

The need for up gradation of at least a dozen US government websites is growing. These websites do not use encryption so far, bringing the whistleblowers at risk, according to the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU released a letter on Tuesday and sent it to the U.S.’ top technology chief, Tony Scott. The letter concluded that at least 29 ...

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Google might not have to pay Europe the $6billion antitrust fine

The European Union is making preparations for filing a formal antitrust charge against Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) on the basis of the premise that the dominance of the search market in Europe is being abused by making a promotion of its own products ahead of the competition in the shopping application of Google. If found guilty, Google would have to pay 10% of ...

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