Brendan Greeley

Bloomberg BusinessWeek

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Staff writer at Bloomberg BusinessWeek; former policy and technology correspondent for the Economist

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Uber, "Big Taxi" and the Sharing Economy

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WikiLeaks's primary web address was deactivated and it lost its Internet server. PayPal and credit card companies won't do business.

Cyber Protestors Step Up Attacks in Support of WikiLeaks

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