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- Israel hits five mosques, sports complex in overnight Gaza strikes
- Hillary Clinton dogged for refusing reporters’ questions on book tour
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You've probably decided who gets the house or that family heirloom up in the attic when you die. But what about your email account and all those photos stored online?
As American teen Kendall Jones faces backlash for posting big-game hunting pictures online, another teen in Belgium has lost a major modeling contract after sharing a similar photo.
A self-described liberal Democratic candidate for Congress in Virginia is asking his followers on social media to help him target a young cheerleader who has been at the center of internet controversy in recent weeks.
Costco has announced its decision to reorder the new best-selling book "America" by conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza after the wholesaler pulled the book from shelves and caused a public outcry.
Google, Facebook and Amazon — a triumvirate the media tend to exalt — have been engaged in some questionable practices that have received relatively little news coverage, even though they were significant events that came to light during the slow summer news period.
Facebook has allowed the "Kill Kendall Jones" community page to stay, despite deleting several of the Texas teen's hunting photos for violating the social media network's animal abuse policies.
Priscilla Presley is asking fans of her late ex-husband Elvis Presley to "please calm down" after a report that two jets once owned by the singer could be removed from Graceland.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said "there should be a real outcry" against the Supreme Court's much-anticipated Hobby Lobby ruling, which now gives closely held companies run by owners with religious convictions the ability to opt out of a handful of Obamacare birth control mandates.
Privacy advocates are seeing red after finding out that Facebook researchers conducted a secret experiment that tested site users' reactions and responses to purposely planted and manipulated news content.