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#AskAnsip: Proposed EU digital chief to answer questions on Twitter

Only one of the EU's proposed digital commissioners seems to be prepared to answer questions on Twitter

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Google considers Amazon as its biggest search competitor

People looking to buy something are more likely to search on Amazon, said Eric Schmidt

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China clamps down on doxing, limiting 'human flesh search engine'

Human flesh search engines had been used to expose corruption, but also to attack ordinary citizens

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China's Baidu developing an OS for smart bikes

Baidu plans to reveal a prototype later this year

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Teens say they're ditching Facebook for Instagram, and fast

Teenage users have been drifting away from Facebook for the last few years, and now we know where they're going.

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Holograms and 3D porn: Expert predictions for a gigabit Internet

Experts see big changes to health-care, gaming and other industries from a gigabit-speed Internet. What would you use it for?

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Google, Facebook to discuss online extremism at dinner with EU officials

The Commission wants to curb social media recruiting for radical Islamist groups

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Facebook, armed with data, helps others show mobile ads

Facebook's mobile advertising network is now open for business, and the company is hoping to leverage partner relationships to make money.

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Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp a done deal at $22 billion

WhatsApp claims to have more than 500 million users worldwide

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Syme, a social network that promised Ello-like privacy, has gone dark

The social network disappeared off the Web in the past few months

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Facebook's new research guidelines don't impress the professionals

A lack of information around transparency left some research experts wanting more details

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Group's numbers opposed to net neutrality smaller than suggested

American Commitment's 2.4 million letters to Congress came from about 800,000 people

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Nextdoor, an app for connecting with neighborhoods, puts on its police cap

Nextdoor wants more police officers, fire departments and other safety workers using its site