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Mass shootings in Paris, Colorado Springs and San Bernardino have generated more pressure than ever on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

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A Romanian court has sentenced the hacker known as  “Guccifer” to four years in jail. He’s the guy who hacked into George W.

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A Romanian court has sentenced the hacker known as  “Guccifer” to four years in jail. He’s the guy who hacked into George W.

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