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»  Now it’s Facebook’s turn for 20 years of FTC privacy audits (Search Engine Land)

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»  Feds can get Twitter users’ data without warrant, judge says (WSJ/Digits)

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»  Dropbox CEO: 45 million users and just getting started (CNET)

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»  Mexican drug cartel murders another blogger (ReadWriteWeb)

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