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Spotify hit by new $200 million copyright suit

Streaming leader Spotify has been hit by a new copyright lawsuit seeking $200 million, in the second such case within weeks.

What happened to the 15 people the Internet hated most in 2015?

PharmaBro, Cecil the lion's killer and all the other most hated people in the Internet this year.

US panel forces online radio services like Pandora to pay more to stream songs

The U.S. Copyright Royalty Board raised the rates that Pandora and other online radio services must pay for the right to stream songs Wednesday, sending Pandora's shares on a wild ride in after-hours trading.

Seems the Bitcoin founder can run, and hide

Media efforts to identify Satoshi Nakamoto highlight two major problems with the bitcoin market: It's too easily manipulated and too vulnerable to the nation-states it was meant to transcend.

Yahoo shuts users out of their email

Users started complaining late last week on social media and ad-blocking forums that a message prompting them to disable ad-blocking software appeared when they tried to view their email.

ICE customers to face phone, Internet, cable interruptions this week

The Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) announced rolling interruptions of phone, Internet and cable services this week in five provinces. Find out if/when it will affect you.

Yahoo’s $17 million bet on NFL streaming gets tested Sunday

When the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills face off this Sunday, perhaps only their loyal fans will care about the score. The rest will be watching to see if Yahoo makes a compelling case that football can be just as good online as it is on TV.

Airbnb v. Uber: Sharing economy gets a mixed reception in Costa Rica

The Solís administration has declared Uber’s service illegal and threatened to fine chauffeurs caught driving passengers, but it has so far ignored Airbnb, a service that allows private citizens to rent out their homes to guests.

Will we finally be able to dislike something on Facebook?

Facebook Inc. is working on options besides the "like" button for users to weigh in on their friends' postings, Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said in a public Q&A.

Comcast’s NBCUniversal invests $200 million in BuzzFeed

The investment gives NBCUniversal a chance to learn from a website that is popular among younger audiences who are increasingly forgoing traditional television, causing ratings and advertising revenues to fall.

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