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Facebook opens voting on policy changes, SoundCloud refreshes online audio sharing, and Younity takes on Apple's iCloud.
The European Parliament opts not to adopt a pan-European ban on all forms of porn, including on the Web, at least for now. Such a vote has happened before, and it's worth putting the "porn ban" into some context.
In a severe threat to online freedoms in the region, the European Parliament is set to vote in the next week on "a ban on all forms of pornography in the media."
The social network is proposing to change the way it makes decisions about how Facebook is governed.
Legal victory for hedge fund manager's bid to force Apple to share more of its wealth with investors.
An agreement to take the PC maker private is reportedly close to completion, with a buyout offer totaling about $24 billion.
The social network works to get out the vote by letting users post that they've registered to vote and share a story about where and why.
Comic actress Sarah Silverman, whose "The Great Schlep" was a viral video in the 2008 campaign, is back with an expletive-filled project about voter ID laws.
We list the year's top mobiles, as elected by you -- the voting masses.
commentary Facebook community voting is dead, making it even harder for users to influence the social network's increasingly user-hostile privacy decisions.