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Internet crowd bites big into potato salad project

The transformative power of online crowdfunding is being poured into a bowl or two of potato salad.


Russia passes law to force websites onto Russian servers

Russia's parliament passed a law on Friday to force Internet sites that store the personal data of Russian citizens to do so inside the country, a move the Kremlin says is for data protection but which critics see an attack on social networks.


Pioneering editor sees open Internet in Cuba's future

A magazine editor who has tested the limits of free speech in Cuba believes the Cuban government has no option but to allow universal Internet access, and he plans to exploit that opening to promote a more pluralistic Cuba.


After beating Google, South Korea's Naver goes global with messaging app Line

The billionaire founder of web portal operator Naver Corp beat back Google Inc to leave South Korea one of few countries where the US search engine does not dominate.


Food makers feel their way towards online future

Grocery manufacturers are struggling to adapt to the online world and need to invest in smarter packaging, presentation and supply chains to reap the long term benefits.


China launches campaign to cleanse Web of terror content

China began a campaign on Friday to purge the Internet of content it says promotes terror and violence, enlisting the aid of major websites, state media said, as the country moves to damp violence in its restive far west.


EU to team up with South Korea in global 5G race

The European Union is teaming up with South Korea to jointly research the next generation of mobile broadband technology, hoping the Asian country's expertise will help it catch up in a field crucial for economic growth and jobs.


Your days are numbered, top online entrepreneur tells retailers

The founder of Rocket Internet, the German venture capital company behind dozens of online start-ups, warned the retail industry on Thursday that e-commerce and smartphones would mean there will be little future for stores in emerging markets.


Facebook accepts blame for brief outage

Facebook took the blame Thursday for a brief outage that resulted in a flood of comments — chiefly on rival social network Twitter.


US gains Internet speeds, but gaps remain: regulator

Americans enjoyed improved Internet connections over the past year, but some providers were inconsistent or fell short of delivering advertised speeds, the US telecom regulator said Wednesday.