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Sarkozy pushes for global internet rules

The e-G8 forum brings together together internet and media world gurus like Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt, News Corp. Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch and Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to discus the impact of the internet.

CDC advises on zombie apocalypse preparedness

Australia warning over "planking" internet craze (VIDEO)

"The potential disaster increases as more and more risks are taken to get the ultimate photo," Australian police said following the death of a young man from "planking."

Rwandan president, stung by criticism, starts Twitter feud

"You have no basis for your comments and you dont kno what you r talking about me or Rw," the president pf Rwanda tweeted.

WikiLeaks' Julian Assange says US uses Facebook, Google to spy (VIDEO)

Assange also told RT that Google and Yahoo "have built-in interfaces for U.S. intelligence."

Nigerians tweet to keep elections honest

LAGOS — Hip young Nigerians are using social media to take on the violence and rigging that has blighted polls in Africa’s most populous country in recent years.

Few turn out for China's "Jasmine Revolution"

China’s rulers, nearly 22 years after Tiananmen, are well-practiced in police control of crowds and discontent.

Opinion: clash of generations in the Mideast

Nobody could foresee how much a new generation would take to a new technology, expanding its possibilities, and never looking back as it trampled out the old.

Is Malcolm Gladwell wrong on Egypt and social media?

The pen might be mighty, but the photocopier is mightier yet, just as Facebook and Twitter dramatically outgun their predecessors.
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