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b>NEW YORK/b>: There's a lot to keep track of online. You probably have a Facebook account and an e-mail address or two. You might use Twitter or another service to share where you are or what you're reading, thinking or doing. You follow the news and do some old-fashioned web browsing.
b>SAN JOSE (California)/b>: It's not just consumers who have to make hard choices when paying with plastic. Credit card companies choose to scrutinise some bits of information for signs of fraud while ignoring others. And those decisions are made in a fraction of a second when approving or denying a sale.
b>WASHINGTON:/bWhen the personal computer revolution began decades ago, Latinos and blacks were much less likely to use one of the marvelous new machines. Then, when the Internet began to change life as we know it, these groups had less access to the Web and slower online connections placing them on the wrong side of the 'digital divide.'
b>LONDON: /b>WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange vowed to step up his site's release of secret documents while he fights extradition to Sweden, as his lawyers argued that sending him to Stockholm could land him in Guantanamo Bay or even on US death row.
b>SACRAMENTO (California)/b>: In a cautionary tale for users of social-networking sites, a California man has admitted using personal information he gleaned from Facebook to hack into women's e-mail accounts, then send nude pictures of them to everyone in their address book.