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Apple tie-up with HBO could bring Game of Thrones to the cord-cutters

theguardian.com — Apple is reportedly in talks with HBO to bring Game of Thrones and the premium cable service's other hit shows to its new online service. Related: Are you paying too much for cable and internet? HBO, owned by Time Warner, will launch HBO Now next month, a service aimed at consumers who are dropping cable TV packages and getting their media solely from the internet.

RuPaul's Drag Race recap: season seven, episode one - the devil wears nada

theguardian.com — Can it be a year already since all those vicious bitches fought for the spotlight to decide which queen will reign supreme? But enough about CPAC. RuPaul's Drag Race entered its seventh season Monday night. If you haven't seen it, imagine Survivor, Project Runway and The Voice crossed with In Treatment, smothered in lip gloss and rolled in glitter.

Republicans strike back: FCC member invokes Star Wars in net neutrality fight

theguardian.com — Republicans invoked Star Wars's evil galactic emperor in their attacks on new broadband regulations on Friday, warning that the public and Silicon Valley were in for an unpleasant surprise. Quoting Emperor Palpatine, Republican Ajit Pai, a member of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), said: "Young fool ...

Verizon and big cable lash out at net neutrality rules - using morse code

theguardian.com — Verizon took to Morse code and a faux-typewriter to express its frustration over new rules to open up the internet on Thursday, as Republicans and big cable lobbyists lined up to lambast net neutrality protections as unworkable, unfair and unconstitutional.

Net neutrality activists score landmark victory in fight to govern the internet

theguardian.com — Internet activists scored a landmark victory on Thursday as the top US telecommunications regulator approved a plan to govern broadband internet like a public utility. Following one of the most intense - and bizarre - lobbying battles in the history of modern Washington politics, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed strict new rules that give the body its greatest power over the cable industry since the internet went mainstream.

Net neutrality: FCC set to vote on new rules governing future of broadband

theguardian.com — The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) looks set to pass strict new rules to govern broadband internet in the US on Thursday, following one of the most intense - and bizarre - lobbying battles Washington has ever seen.

Morgan Stanley spoofs Hunger Games in video about a banking fight to the death

theguardian.com — Wall Street loves a murder metaphor. Every banker wants to make a killing and bury the opposition. There's a Wolf on Wall Street and an American Psycho in the boardroom. Some bankers at Morgan Stanley, however, recently took the trope too far.

Net neutrality: Republicans to strike back against Obama's 'internet grab'

theguardian.com — Later this week, a Jumbotron will arrive outside the Washington DC offices of the Federal Communications Commission. The giant screen being erected by internet activists at OpenMedia will broadcast messages calling on the regulator to keep standing up for strong rules to protect an open internet.

Rights groups criticise US and UK spies for 'disturbing' sim cards hack

theguardian.com — Rights groups around the world have called for urgent action to protect private communications after it was revealed that US and British spies hacked into the world's largest sim card manufacturer and gained unfettered access to billions of cellphones around the globe.

Sim card database hack gave US and UK spies access to billions of cellphones

theguardian.com — American and British spies hacked into the world's largest sim card manufacturer, stealing encryption keys that potentially gave them access to billions of people's cellphones around the world, according to documents newly released by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
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Mar 04, 2015

RT @JeffElder: Insider tells me Kleiner's goal in Pao trial today is to show firm was a meritocracy. Can Pao's lawyers show she was discriminated against?

Mar 01, 2015

RT @tylerarnold: Introducing the all-new 12 hour non-stop service from SFO-JFK with @AmericanAir the world's best bankrupt airline.

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