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A Belgian appeals court has overturned an earlier ruling that said Facebook must stop tracking users in the country or face a $277,000 daily fine. The Belgium Privacy Commission announced Thursday that the case had been thrown out because the social media network’s European servers are in Ireland, not Belgium. Read More

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Microsoft’s bigger, thinner, and faster Surface Pro 3 is making its way to additional markets on August 28th. After launching in the US and Canada in June, followed by a Japanese release in July, Microsoft is planning to make the Surface Pro 3 available in Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, […]

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It wasn’t exactly pretty and no firm statements were made last Thursday, but USA managed to advance to the round of 16 despite its 0-1 loss to Germany. The World Cup is really heating up now that we’re into the knockout stages of the tournament, and USA will need to beat Belgium on Tuesday if […]

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