The year in tweets, trends, and tags: All you need to know about 2012

December 12, 2012
Google, Facebook, and Twitter spill the beans on our favorite topics of the past year -- no wonder the apocalypse is nigh
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When links are outlawed, only outlaws will use links

December 10, 2012
Ex-Anonymous spokesmouth Barrett Brown's indictment for links to stolen credit card numbers could be bad news for the rest of us
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MPAA + RIAA + ISPs: Last gasps of the cyber cops

December 07, 2012
Post-SOPA and PIPA, the MPAA and RIAA partner with ISPs to harass file swappers, but the content cartel's end is already nigh
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Your snitching cellphone, your tattling texts

December 05, 2012
Your text messages could be open to police examination if cops get their way with the Electronic Privacy Communications Act
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School for scandal: FBI spyware nabs pervy principal

December 03, 2012
Out of paranoia/parental concern, FBI agent installs spyware on son's laptop -- and unearths unsavory actions by school chief
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The end of the Internet as we know it?

November 30, 2012
The world isn't ending, but the future of the Internet may be up for grabs at next week's meeting of the World Conference on International Telecommunications
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Scams and scares, brought to you by the fake news network

November 28, 2012
Google, Hurricane Sandy, and Kim Jong-Un have all been the subject of false reports gone viral -- better get used to it
Cringely, M&A
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The continuing story of John McAfee as told by John McAfee

November 26, 2012
Not satisfied with others telling his tale, antivirus legend takes to Twitter and social media, sharing glimpses of life on the lam
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Golden Gobblers 2012: A year in digital dodos

November 21, 2012
So many birdbrains, so little time -- but Cringely manages to round up several specimens who deserve to be roasted
Cringely
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Hollywood whodunit: What's eating emails in iCloud?

November 19, 2012
A reader in show biz discovers Apple is sending his PDFs to email hell -- all because of the phrase 'barely legal teens'
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