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McAfee reveals the most dangerous celebrities to search for. You just might be surprised who tops the list.

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After the neat refresh of Bing Bar 7.0 with useful app buttons, the Bing team has released Bing Bar 7.1 with a slew of new features that provides richer access to your social network, more entertainment options, and updates to the popular Bing Bar apps.

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Here is an infographic that answers the question, “Is the Internet Making You Fat?”.

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The controversial multi-national Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is steadily losing ground in the European Union, following key players’ withdrawal from ratifying the agreement. Germany and Poland’s holdback, following a wave of protests in the former and much debate in the latter, has fueled other nations’ misgivings about the vagueness with which the Agreement is written and the fact that there are no clear answers as to how it will ensure anti-counterfeiting and not violation of basic human rights.

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Iran’s Government is censoring secured internet access for its citizens. This makes the use of the TOR network nearly impossible. Luckily, the TOR project has a new weapon – obfsproxy. Read on to find out more about the obfsproxy by TOR.

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Worrying news from Tehran – an Iranian national said that the country has blocked access to many daily-use communication websites such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and Facebook. This occurred recently without the Government stating the explicit reasons, or even acknowledging that this block has occurred. While many net-savvy Iranians have managed to use proxies and Virtual Private Network (VPN) services to punch through this blockade, the prospect of a nation-wide firewall akin to the Great Firewall of China seems very real for Iranians.

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The Swedish government has legalized a religion that holds file sharing and copying sacred. The Church of Kopimism holds information as the most valuable thing in the universe and believes that in copying this information, its influence is multiplied. Anyone can become a member of the Church. Find out how in this post!

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According to a study by McAfee, Katrina Kaif is the most dangerous celebrity in the Indian cyber space. While Katrina has had a huge fan following and is one of the most searched celebrities on the Web, this would be an awkward sobriquet.

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App Internet

App Internet is a phenomenon that Forrester defines as “specialized local apps running in conjunction with cloud-based services” across smartphones, tablets, and other devices.

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Indian Internet Penetration

A look at why India is the most lucrative market for internet browsers, mobile phones and other technologies and how Google is dominating that market.

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According to a leaked confidential memo, the Malaysian government is ordering the ISPs in the country to block may file sharing websites including The Pirate Bay and MegaUpload.

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The broadband internet scenario in India still reports a sad state. There has been an overall decrease of 9.1% in internet connection speeds in the year 2010 as compared to the previous year.

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India’s CyberLaw is going under the hammer soon. We figure out just what is wrong with most of the rules in the CyberLaw clauses and statements. We come up with one big word that describes India’s CyberLaw: “Ambiguous”

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Google ISP Speed

Google Offices in SFO have download speed of 524 Mbps and Upload speed of 142 Mbps. Google’s offices are run by Google’s own ISP.

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The Internet is being seen as a medium of mass civic unrest and agitation in the middle-eastern countries. Libya wants to shut down the Internet to prevent such an incident.

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