Video from 2006 shows classmates abusing a teenager with Down syndrome in a Turin school. Authorities blame Google for invasion of privacy.
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Four former and current Google charged with defamation and breach of privacy for allegedly allowing posting of video of a teen with Down syndrome being taunted, Reuters says.
Apple has given up control of Newsstand, letting users decide if it stays on the home screen or in a folder.
The lack of a removable battery on HTC's new phablet is a missed opportunity. CNET explains why HTC made the call to keep its battery sealed.
Luis Rodriguez, whose picture is featured on the Huntingdon Beach police Facebook page, seems rather proud of the fact -- which is a pity, because police want him on charges of vandalism.
Microsoft has admitted the Xbox One is having trouble with its Blu-ray drive, but has stressed it only affects a "very small number" of consoles.
A woman flees to Mexico, perhaps in the belief that she won't be caught there. Her confidence reportedly spills over into a tweet. It is misplaced.
For the second time in the past three years, a judge rules YouTube is protected from liability for illegally uploaded videos by the DMCA's "safe harbor" provisions.
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