This is an image of a shark taken from a video shot off the coast of Catalina Island near Los Angeles Nov. 20, 1996, during a demonstration of a device to repel sharks, the Shark POD. The device is designed to exploit sharks' unique sensitivity to electrical fields and can envelop the diver in a 12-volt protective field for up to 90 minutes. (AP Photo/Yehuda Goldman)
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A reader examines a page from the earliest surviving Christian Bible. The book, known as the Codex Sinaiticus, was divided among four repositories around the world, but it has been reunited digitally for online research.
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Alicia Istanbul works in her basement studio at her home in Marietta, Ga, where the stay-at-home mother and jewelry designer kept up with friends and marketed her company through Facebook, until the social networking site deemed her name a fake and locked her account.
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg (left) and Peter Sunde were found guilty in a Stockholm courtroom Friday along with two other defendants from the Internet file-sharing hub the Pirate Bay of promoting copyright infringement. They were ordered to pay $3.6 million in damages and each was sentenced to one year in prison. (Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
**FILE** In this file photo originally made available by Advanced Cell Technology in 2006, a single cell is removed from a human embryo to be used in generating embryonic stem cells for scientific research.
Jeremy Stoppelman, chief executive and co-founder of Yelp.com, defends his Web site as it deals with transparency issues. Some business owners and consumers are struggling to understand how user-generated sites, such as Yelp.com, operate. (Associated Press)