Internet trolls could face 2 years in prison if British proposal becomes law

[Editorial Comment] This is kind of 'law' that the 'illuminati' (those who would destroy the greatness of the USA) want to impose here in the USA. But we are AMERICANS not EU people/sheeple. We will no longer tolerate the diminishment of our constitutional rights, and neither should the Brits. (Sticks and Stones Not Words Break Bones)

[Oct 19, 2014] Currently, the Malicious Communications Act allows for the prosecution of users who are sexually offensive or verbally abusive, and there have already been a handful of cases. Law student Joshua Cryer was charged for a series of racist tweets at soccer player Stan Collymore. A pair of 20-year-olds were sent to jail for rape threats sent via Twitter.

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Bennett: New Deal WiIl Lower Costs of 'Green Tech'

[Oct 14, 2014] Israel is joining a group of 41 countries, members of the World Trade Organization, that have agreed to drop all customs duties on goods that contribute to a cleaner environment.

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3D-printing: American Co. "Local Motors" releases world's first computer-printed car

[Oct 13, 2014] American company Local Motors has built the world's first 3D-printed car, made from a mix of carbon fibre and plastic. The car's body was created over two days, in a giant printer at a Chicago trade show.

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Apple's iPad Problem: Does Anyone Really Need an Expensive Tablet?

[Oct 16, 2014] What's the point of an iPad? Who needs a tablet in this era of big phones and ultraportable laptops? And even if you do want a tablet, do you really need the premium tablets Apple is making — devices that sell for a couple of hundred dollars more than the pretty capable tablets made by Amazon, Google and many other rivals?

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What Kind of Research Can We Trust?

[Oct 14, 2014] Research involving pharmaceutical company input is notoriously compromised. While not all industry ties lead to biased research, and not all biases are a consequence of industry ties, many studies show industry influence can make drugs look safer and more effective than they really are. So where can doctors and indeed the public turn to for reliable information?

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How one company is getting smartphones to rat out their criminal owners

[Oct 14, 2014] Summary: Digital forensics firm Cellebright has moved from copying contacts on mobile phones to digital forensics, helping police collar the bad guys along the way.

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