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Germany is putting an end to hate speech on the Internet

The German government makes a deal with Facebook, Twitter and Google to remove hate speech within 24 hours of it being reported. Could this change the Internet as we know it?

By December 15, 2015

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Watch Gary Oldman deliver an emotional speech in Star Citizen

"Without victory, there can be no survival."

By October 13, 2015

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I talk like a robot now and it's all Siri's fault

Commentary: My gadgets' voice assistants are cool and convenient, but speaking to a soulless machine has made me sound like one, too.

By February 9, 2016

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Student's smart glove converts sign language into text and speech

A student's invention could make communication for the impaired easier to manage.

By October 1, 2015

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Why you should care about #ThankYouDanielBryan

Wondering what that hashtag was all about? Was it a new book or movie? No. It's about one man and his incredible journey.

By February 9, 2016

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Google search is about to get a lot smarter

The company's go-to guy for artificial intelligence is taking over its biggest business as its current search boss retires.

By February 3, 2016

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Twitter turns to outsiders to combat abusive tweeting

The company will work with 40 organizations to figure out ways to combat the harassment that plagues the Twittersphere.

By February 9, 2016

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'I will run Uber out' vows London mayoral candidate as taxis gridlock streets again

Fringe candidate George Galloway joins cabbies protesting against ride-hailing apps, but organisers of the demo don't welcome his support.

By February 10, 2016

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Prepare for the Reddit-tatorship: New CEO poised to limit free speech

Reddit's co-founder, now CEO, plans to clamp down on offensive posts, but risks further angering the site's users. That should make for a lively "Ask Me Anything" forum Thursday afternoon.

By July 16, 2015

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Former Reddit CEO defends Ellen Pao as protector of free speech

The former Reddit CEO Yishan Wong takes to the popular news site to reveal more details in what has evolved into a corporate soap opera.

By July 14, 2015