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Facebook banned for Ontario staffers | Toronto Star

Facebook banned for Ontario staffers | Toronto Star | Internet | Scoop.it
The province has quietly banned bureaucrats, political staffers and most MPPs from accessing the popular Facebook website from government computers.
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A giant cage

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THIRTEEN YEARS AGO Bill Clinton, then America’s president, said that trying to control the internet in China would be like trying to “nail Jell-O to the wall”....
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Why LinkedIn Is Expanding Into China (And Other Internet Giants Aren't) - National Journal

Why LinkedIn Is Expanding Into China (And Other Internet Giants Aren't) - National Journal | Internet | Scoop.it
CNET Why LinkedIn Is Expanding Into China (And Other Internet Giants Aren't) National Journal The professional networking site Monday evening announced it is launching a test version of a Chinese-language site in the country, hoping to make gains...
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Internet - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

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Et internet er betegnelsen for et netværk af computernetværk, som er koblet sammen. Ofte taler man om internettet, der så betegner et globalt netværk af datanet-værter ( computere...). Internettet er en af de vigtigste opfindelser fra det 20. århundrede.

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China's Facebook Status: Blocked

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ABC's Emily MacDonald reports from Beijing: The Chinese government is not shy about censoring the internet.  As tension rose over Tibet before the 2008 Olympics, sites like Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and even Wikipedia found themselves blocked.  After the Olympic frenzy, the government seemed to relax and many sites become accessible again.  Youtube and most major blog sites, however, were re-blocked this spring when a video of a Buddhist monk being beaten surfaced.   Now, in light of the riots in Urumqi, Xinjiang, which the media is calling the next Tiananmen, or the Tibet of 2009, the government is refocusing on…
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Chinese hackers breached Google, gained access to data, officials say

Chinese hackers breached Google, gained access to data, officials say | Internet | Scoop.it
Hackers who breached Google database may have sought to identify Chinese spies under U.S. scrutiny.
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The power of the internet to do good

The power of the internet to do good | Internet | Scoop.it
It's important that media horror stories don't overshadow how people are using the internet to benefit society
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Network! Network! Network! - Weld for Birmingham (blog)

Network! Network! Network! - Weld for Birmingham (blog) | Internet | Scoop.it
Network! Network! Network!
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“Network! Network! Network! And that networking needs to be done in person.” Coffey says programs that help job-seekers offer important components that most people who go it alone don't have.
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