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Facebook unveils revamped online safety site

b>PALO ALTO (California)/b>: Facebook has launched a revamped internal site designed to help people stay safe and report threats while on the popular online hangout.

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Sex.com domain name on sale

b>BERLIN:/bThe world's 'most valuable' Internet domain name, sex.com, went up for grabs on Thursday having fetched US$12mil (RM38.7mil) in 2006, a German firm handling the sale said.

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Some porn sites in China now accessible

b>BEIJING/b>: Word leaked out slowly, spread by Internet-savvy folks on Twitter: Internet porn that once was blocked by Chinese government censors is openly available these days.

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Indonesia blocks access to four million porn sites

b>JAKARTA:/bThe Indonesian Government is blocking access to four million pornography sites on the Internet following continuing calls from the public to protect the nation's youth from the dangers of smut.

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Online ‘sextortion’ of teens on the rise

b>INDIANAPOLIS/b>: The nightmare began with a party: Three teenage girls with a webcam, visiting an Internet chatroom and yielding to requests to flash their breasts.

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US man admits to Internet sex assault crime

b>PHOENIX/b>: A man here accused of sexually assaulting his unconscious girlfriend and broadcasting the attack live on the Internet has pleaded guilty to three charges.

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Student kills himself after being taped having sex

b>RIDGEWOOD/b(New Jersey): A college student jumped to his death off a bridge a day after authorities say two classmates surreptitiously recorded him having sex with a man in his dorm room and broadcast it over the Internet.

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Kill the smartphone: the slow fight against the rat race

b>PARIS/b>: Stop! Stop the rushing, racing, elbowing to compete in a hyper-wired world whose mantra is to move fast, whatever the direction.

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WikiLeaks founder is jailed in Britain in sex case

b>LONDON/b>: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested and jailed without bail in a sex-crimes investigation, but his organisation scarcely missed a beat. It released a new batch of the secret cables that US officials say are damaging America's security and relations worldwide.

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Hackers strike at credit-card companies to support WikiLeaks

b>LONDON/b>: Hackers are rushing to the defence of WikiLeaks, launching attacks on MasterCard, Visa, Swedish prosecutors, a Swiss bank, Sarah Palin and others who have acted against the site and its jailed founder Julian Assange.