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EFF speaks out on neo-Nazi site removal, Bill Gates gives away billions
In this week's wrap-up, the Electronic Frontier Foundation warns that companies booting websites could lead to greater problems in the future. Also, a filing shows that Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates donated $4.6 billion to charity.