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Worst ever Internet censorship law planned for South Africa

The Draft Online Regulation Policy recently issued by the Film and Publication Board of South Africa is a regulation that is so bad that all of us should fight it

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A neon Google logo is seen at the new Google office in Toronto, November 13, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Google Tone lets you share data through sound

Google wants PCs to send URLs to nearby machines using a burst of sound.

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Yahoo overhauls Flickr photo-sharing site

Yahoo has introduced an overhaul of its photo-sharing site, Flickr, including a design that doesn’t just work with browsers, but also client programmes on desktops and apps.

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Piracy site EZTV shuts down after crazy takeover scheme

Torrentfreak has reported that television torrent distribution group EZTV has shut down after losing control of key domain names.

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Barack Obama officially joins Twitter

US president Barack Obama has finally joined social media platform Twitter.

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First ever domain names celebrate 20-year anniversary

The first domain names were registered 20 years ago – here are some of the first ever domains in South Africa.

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Mysterious agent in online dating scam

The case involving an alleged online dating scam focused on Thursday on the identity of a man who demanded R21 740, wrapped as a gift, from a Chinese man.

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Best and worst Internet Service Providers in South Africa

The South African Customer Satisfaction Index ranks wireless and fixed Internet service providers in South Africa.

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Online dating scam costs local man over R800,000

The victim in an alleged online dating scam was “very, very angry” when a woman he was supposed to fetch late at night from the Cape Town International Airport, did not pitch.

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Online content regulation will impair neutrality: ISPA

ISPA is concerned about moves by the government to hold ISPs responsible for third-party content.

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