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EU targets corporate tax avoidance as anger over Google spreads

The European Union launched plans to stamp out tax avoidance by multi-national corporations just as anger spread across Europe over the super low taxes paid by Google.

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Indonesia blocks radical websites after deadly militant attack in capital

Indonesia shut down at least 11 radical websites and several social media accounts after a deadly gun and bomb attack claimed by Islamic State rocked the capital earlier in the week.

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China regulator queries Microsoft on findings in anti-trust probe

China's industry and commerce regulator has asked Microsoft Corp to explain "major issues" that it says have come to light from digital data obtained as part of an anti-trust investigation.

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Snapchat runs live coverage of California shooting

Snapchat, the mobile app featuring photos, videos and messages that disappear in seconds, made its first foray into major breaking news coverage with a live stream of the mass shooting in Southern California.

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Belgian terrorism raid Twitter silence surprises

In the middle of a huge police anti-terrorism operation in Brussels, many were surprised to see the Belgian media fall silent and Twitter full of cat pictures.

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Afghan anger at US monitoring 'nearly all' phone calls

Afghanistan on Sunday expressed anger at the United States for allegedly monitoring almost all the country's telephone conversations after revelations by the Wikileaks website.

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Dozens held in Philippines over global 'sextortion' ring

Dozens of people have been arrested in the Philippines in a multinational crackdown on the exploding global menace of Internet "sextortion", Interpol and local police announced on Friday.

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Selfie sticks could bring jail time in South Korea

That selfie stick in your hand. A harmless memory-maker? Or a potentially chaos-inducing electromagnetic radiation emitter?

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British hacker linked to attack on Pentagon Twitter feed

The "CyberCaliphate" hacking group that attacked a Twitter account belonging to the Pentagon was founded by a Briton who was once jailed for hacking the personal address book of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, according to government sources and private sector security experts.

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CyberCaliphate threatens Obama

Hackers calling themselves CyberCaliphate threatened US President Barack Obama and his family when they took control of Newsweek magazine's Twitter account with the words "Je suIS IS," a reference to Islamic State and the deadly attack at French newspaper Charlie Hebdo.