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Breakfast Briefing: Twitter's time machine, Apple's billion dollar secrets, Samsung Galaxy S III flaw

Breakfast Briefing: Twitter's time machine, Apple's billion dollar secrets, Samsung Galaxy S III flaw

Posted on 17 Dec 2012 at 08:54

Today's top tech stories feature Twitter, Apple, Mozilla, Google and a Samsung security threat

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User comments

Efficient...

I'd say the Google system is very efficient at take downs. About 2/3 of links I get from friends to YouTube have been taken down by GEMA, EMI, Sony or Warner by the time I get to them...

By big_D on 17 Dec 2012

Well

the MPAA are doing a great job of saving me money. I don't spend a single penny on any product that they are involved with.

By revsorg on 17 Dec 2012

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