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Brightest Flashlight Android app slammed for lying to users

One of Android's most popular and highly rated apps has been sharing user location and ID data without their consent, according to a US regulator.

By Dec. 6, 2013

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How to spot if people are lying in texts

A Brigham Young University study offers hope to all those who fear someone is texting them fibs. Lying texters take longer to reply and write shorter texts.

By Sep. 7, 2013

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New York AG's office: Airbnb lying about user-data subpoena

The state attorney general's office fires back after Airbnb's motion to block a request to give up user data.

By Nov. 8, 2013

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Are women on Facebook a bunch of lying liars?

A survey shows that a chunk of female Facebook users lie about their lives on Facebook. Is this a noteworthy phenomenon or just an indication of the human condition?

By Mar. 13, 2013

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Goron tablet cushion: Play games comfortably lying down

With this odd-looking contraption, you can now play hours of Candy Crush without the risk of your iPhone dropping on your face when you doze off.

By Sep. 19, 2013

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Bosses force woman to show Facebook page to prove she's not lying

In a dispute about sick leave, a fired flight attendant is forced by Air New Zealand to reveal her Facebook page and bank records to prove her story.

By Aug. 12, 2013

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Tooth sensor stops you from lying to your dentist

Researchers at National Taiwan University have created a wearable mouth sensor that can differentiate your bad habits, and send that information straight to your dentist.

By Aug. 1, 2013

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Should lying online be a crime?

Google lets you remove your Wi-Fi info from its location database, iTunes Match goes live, and the Department of Justice pushes Congress to make it a felony to use a fake name on a social network or lie on a dating-site profile.

By Nov. 15, 2011

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Should lying online be a crime?

Google lets you remove your Wi-Fi info from its location database, iTunes Match goes live, and the Department of Justice pushes Congress to make it a felony to use a fake name on a social network or lie on a dating-site profile.

By Nov. 15, 2011

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DOJ: Lying on Match.com needs to be a crime

CNET has learned that the Justice Department will ask Congress to make sure "terms of service" violations are illegal, imperiling anyone who dares to fib about their weight, age, or name on social networks.

By Nov. 14, 2011