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Now there's a torrent network that police can't shut down

Researchers from Delft University of Technology have unveiled a new torrent client that they claim is "impossible to shut down," TorrentFreak reports.

Too 'ugly' to rape: Brazil lawmaker comment sparks fury

Bras - A debate about sexual violence in Brazil sparked by a lawmaker's comments on the floor of Congress has spread beyond government chambers, triggering a national debate about rape and sexism in the South American nation.

MPAA: 'It is a despicable, criminal act'; Obama weighs in, too

In his last press conference of the year, President Obama said he wished Sony had not pulled "The Interview." He and his family head to Hawaii for a holiday break.

'Machine Gun America' opens in Florida - What could go wrong?

Orlando - Cashing in on America's long-standing love affair with weapons, a new attraction opens this weekend in Orlando, Florida. Called Machine Gun America, its website bills the theme park as Orlando's "first automatic adrenaline attraction."

FBI: North Korea behind Sony hack Breaking News

Washington - The US Federal Bureau of Investigation on Friday formally accused the North Korean government of the computer hack against Sony Pictures Entertainment that led the company to cancel the release of the film "The Interview."

AirBnB flat owner in Spain jailed for raping two US renters

Barcelona - A Colombian national was convicted Friday by a court in Spain to nearly 12 years in prison for raping two American tourists who rented his room through the flat-sharing website AirBnB.

Obama warns N. Korea over Sony hack: 'We will respond'

Washington - US President Barack Obama on Friday warned North Korea it would face retaliation over a cyber attack on Sony Pictures and pledged not to bow to dictators, as an envoy for Pyongyang denied involvement.

Abused in childhood, Swiss victims seek compensation

Bern - Beaten, forced to work, even sterilised -- victims of a brutal policy that saw thousands of Swiss children taken from their families and mistreated completed Friday the process to have their demand for compensation put to a popular vote.

Stonehenge dig finds 6,000-year-old encampment

Archaeologists are saying that an amazing new discovery near the ancient Stonehenge site in the UK may "rewrite British history."

'Citizenfour' shortlisted for Oscar; 'The Interview' release idea

In the wake of the Sony hack, Edward Snowden and his perils have made the Oscar documentary shortlist. "Citzenfour" is among the list of 15, which will be down to five when nominations are announced in January.

Luxury cars that will wow you in 2015

The difference between luxury cars and any other type of auto is typically derived from the quality of the manufacturing. Luxury cars are notable for their advanced design and superior features.

Op-Ed: 5 best off-the-shelf website solutions for small business

When the time comes for your small business to make the jump to internet sales you will need a web store to simplify and secure transactions.

US accuses North Korea of Sony hack

Washington - The United States said Friday that North Korea was behind a cyber attack on Sony Pictures, warning that those responsible would face punishment, as an envoy for Pyongyang again denied involvement.

Manny Pacquiao to Floyd Mayweather 'Fans have waited long enough'

Floyd Mayweather has made statements that urge Manny Pacquiao to agree to fight him and now Manny Pacquiao is making statements, and sending out tweets, urging Floyd Mayweather to fight him. Is boxing's richest fight ever finally going to happen?

Facebook friend rejection prompts suspect to slap elderly woman

Seminole - A Florida woman is in jail for reportedly slapping an elderly person for rejecting a social media request on the Internet.

Wyoming Capitol Square Project over time and over budget

Unforeseen complications are slowing down the work on the renovation project of Wyoming’s Capitol and the adjacent Herschler Building. These complications will also send the base $259 million price tag climbing.

Turkey court arrests TV chief on 'terror' charges

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Friday remanded in custody the head of a national TV network and three ex-police officers on terrorism charges, in a case linked with a top foe of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that has strained EU ties.

Study finds selenium levels in blood linked to colorectal cancer

Scientists in Great Britain have found a link between the levels of selenium in our blood and a decreased risk of cancer.

Colombia's FARC kills 5 soldiers on eve of truce: army

Estanzuela - Colombia's FARC guerrillas killed five soldiers Friday in an attack that came on the eve of a unilateral ceasefire hailed as a key step in peace negotiations, the army said.

Op-Ed: 5 new geeky TV shows to watch this spring

The new year is upon us, and that means a new slew of TV programs to digest. As always, some are bound to climb into the limelight of success, and others will fade away into an obscure land inhabited solely by canceled and long-forgotten TV shows.
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