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(Image Source: Flickr/PopGeekCulture.com ) Seems the Internet made a pretty brutal example of GoDaddy’s support of SOPA.
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(Image Source: Flickr/Adam Baker ) It was a gloomy Friday the 13th in Europe. Standard and Poor’s downgraded nine countries’ credit ratings, saying European policymakers have not done enough to address the region’s debt crisis -- which could, in turn, get worse after the ratings cut. euronews has the summary .
Camila Vallejo: 'We still have the legacy of the military dictatorship in Chile.'
Mining trucks carry loads of oil-laden sand in Alberta, Canada.
By Lefteris Papadimas and Steve Slater
WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Point Carbon) - The Canadian government's withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol is illegal, alleges a suit to be filed in federal court by a law professor and former Canadian MP on Friday.
By Alastair Sharp
Iraq's prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, has accused the Sunni vice-president, Tariq al-Hashemi, of directing hit squads.
Sopa and e-Parasite aim to tackle online piracy by preventing Google and Yahoo from directing users to sites distributing stolen material. Photograph: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Congressional leaders are preparing to shelve controversial legislation aimed at tackling online piracy after president Barack Obama said he would not support it.
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Cop17 has a bloc of the largest world economies committed to delaying climate change negotiations.
US president Barack Obama says his government has requested that Tehran return a RQ-170 Sentinel surveillance drone captured by Iran's military Link to video: Obama requests Iran return US spy drone
December 11, 2011 |
Newt Gingrich calls Palestinians 'terrorists'.