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Fugitive fails to revive Facebook lawsuit, block criminal case

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NEW YORK - A federal appeals court on Monday forcefully rejected the fugitive Paul Ceglia's effort to revive what U.S. prosecutors have called his fraudulent lawsuit to extort social media company Facebook Inc and its founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Andreessen Horowitz hires Facebook former general counsel Ted Ullyot

- Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz has hired Facebook Inc's former general counsel Ted Ullyot for handling its policy and regulatory affairs.

Tech, 16 Apr 2015

Net neutrality row grows louder in India, Internet.org hit

MUMBAI - A group of India's leading technology and Internet firms has pulled out of Internet.org, Facebook's flagship effort to get billions more online, in a growing debate over free access and internet neutrality in the country.

Tech, 16 Apr 2015

Yahoo and Facebook shares outperform Google in Frankfurt

LONDON - The Frankfurt-listed shares of Internet companies Yahoo and Facebook outperformed those of rival Google , after media reports that Google would face anti-trust action from the European Union.

Tech, 16 Apr 2015

Yahoo and Facebook shares outperform Google in Frankfurt

LONDON - The Frankfurt-listed shares of Internet companies Yahoo and Facebook outperformed those of rival Google, after media reports that Google would face anti-trust action from the European Union.

Tech, 15 Apr 2015

Clinton wins high marks for social-media launch

SAN FRANCISCO - Presidential contender Hillary Clinton tweeted, Facebooked and YouTubed her way through the first official day of her campaign in a social media strategy that earned her high marks among marketers. | Video

Tech, 13 Apr 2015

Clinton wins high marks for social-media launch

SAN FRANCISCO - Presidential contender Hillary Clinton tweeted, Facebooked and YouTubed her way through the first official day of her campaign in a social media strategy that earned her high marks among marketers.

Politics, U.S. 13 Apr 2015

Reuters Iraq bureau chief threatened, denounced over story

LONDON - The Baghdad bureau chief for Reuters has left Iraq after he was threatened on Facebook and denounced by a Shi'ite paramilitary group's satellite news channel in reaction to a Reuters report last week that detailed lynching and looting in the city of Tikrit.

Austrian student's lawsuit vs Facebook bogged down in procedure

VIENNA - Facebook presented a long list of procedural objections to an Austrian court on Thursday trying to halt a class action lawsuit for 25,000 users that accuses the social media giant of violating their privacy.

Tech, 09 Apr 2015

Facebook says has complied with Turkish court order to block some content

FRANKFURT - Facebook has complied with a Turkish court order demanding it restrict access to certain content or face its service being blocked, a company spokesman said on Monday.

Tech, 06 Apr 2015