The Guardian Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom will have to wait for bail decision Washington Post Kim Dotcom will remain in custody at least temporarily after a New Zealand judge delayed a decision on whether the founder of the file-sharing site Megaupload.com should be permitted to be released on bail, according to published media reports. Megaupload boss says he's innocent, rival stops file-sharing Reuters US Attorney chasing MegaUpload is former piracy fighter CNET Judge Delays Kim Dotcom Bail Decision Wall Street Journal BusinessWeek – New York Times – Fox News all 704 news articles
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Fox News Oldest dinosaur nursery found in South Africa Fox News The oldest known dinosaur nesting site, dating to 190 million years ago, has been unearthed in Golden Gate Highlands National Park, South Africa. The extraordinary site, described in the latest Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, … South Africa dinosaur 'nursery' the oldest discovered to date msnbc.com Ancient dinosaur nest in S
TIME Megaupload Bust Causes Cyberlocker Panic – But It's Only Temporary TechCrunch Oh god! Megaupload has fallen and its brethren are dropping like flies! The age of the cyberlocker is passing.
ZDNet Facebook workers' Don't Be Evil tool alters Google search results Los Angeles Times When Google changed the order of its search results this month, items from its Google+ social network — such as photos, videos, comments and links — got a boost at the expense of other social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Google+ updates policy to address identity crisis CNET Google+ adds support for pseudonyms — sort of Computerworld Google to allow some nicknames on Plus service The Associated Press VentureBeat all 216 news articles