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Spotify is sending a clear message that it won't tolerate freeloaders.

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The malware invisibly funnels search queries through its own site, cheating Google out of money

Twitter spamming

Companies that are using social networks as ways to spam or troll for new business ought to be put in their place

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Pop-up ads: Coming to a mobile phone near you?

Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., Yahoo Inc., AOL LLC and other online giants have all said they hope to take advantage of what they see as great potential in mobile advertising. But some startups say that those companies are looking at delivering the ads the wrong way.

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