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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
Angered by revelations of National Security Agency surveillance, Brazilian officials have stepped up work on legislation to make Internet companies store data locally, so it is subject to Brazilian law.
Shares in Facebook finally matched the company's much-hyped initial public offering price of $38 when it went public 14 months ago. But while some applauded the company's recent recovery, which analysts attributed to a major increase in revenues from mobile advertising, Facebook's market challenges aren't over just yet.