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Texas Judge Beats Daughter for Illegal Downloading

WARNING Video is Graphic! Texas Judge William Adams in a video recorded in 2004 which recently surfaced on the internet beat his daughter for illegally downloading music. The video is not for the light of heart, it shows Adams approach and beat his daughter Hillary Adams with a belt. Hillary has come forward and admitted to continuing abuse by her father in their home and even admitted that he even abused and manipulated her mother. His daughter Hillary was also afflicted with Ataxic Cerebral Palsy which means “a form of cerebral palsy characterised by Ataxia, problems with balance, co-ordination, shaky hand movements and jerky speech”.

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Apple Employee Fired over Facebook Post

An Apple employee recently made some negative comments about Apple on their Facebook page. Their Facebook page was listed as private but another Apple colleague saw the comments and reported them to a manager. The employee was then quickly fired for “gross misconduct” because of violating Apple’s social policy.

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Timelines.com Files Suit Against Facebook

Timelines.com has filed a suit against Facebook on the grounds that Facebook’s new Timeline feature, because of course, no one has ever had the idea of putting a series of events or pictures in a line marked by dates. Timelines.com is a site which “enables people like you to collaboratively record, discover and share history. It’s history recorded by the people, for the people.”

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2.2 Million PSN members credit card details up for sale

Playstation Network Logo

With the recent breach of the PSN network by unknown assailants tensions have been high between PSN members and Sony. Now rumors have arisen on Twitter that those stolen 2.2 million possible accounts may be up for sale somewhere on the internet. The information up for sale includes First Name, Last Name, Address, Zip, Country, Phone, Email, Password, Date of Birth, Credit Card Number, expiration date, and CVV2 number. All of the information necessary to make fraudulent charges to users bank accounts and credit cards.

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Apple’s App Store lawsuit gets a response from Amazon

Amazon App Store

Apple had filed a lawsuit in March against Amazon’s use of “App Store” in their newly launched Amazon AppStore. Apple had informed Amazon that using the term “App Store” was unlawful because they owned the rights to the term itself. In the lawsuit Amazon indicates that the term “App Store” is too generic for Apple to lay claim to the name itself. Click read more for the full lawsuit and the rest of the story.

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