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Facebook has a problem: your Friends list has grown so broad that sharing a photo or status with all of them probably doesnt make much sense. People still do it out of habit, and because there arent many clear-cut ways to share with just your family or just your close friends. But according to a new […]

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By Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) – A tiny Montreal company is turning to crowdfunding in hopes of moving its virtual reality headset from a working prototype to a mass produced rival to products from Facebook, Samsung and Sony. Vrvana Inc aims to raise C$350,000 ($318,000) via website Kickstarter to make the first 1,000 units of […]

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Cyberterrorists do it. Cybercriminals do it. China, Russia and other nation-states do it. Extremist groups do it. Government agencies, corporations and Facebook users do it. All are knowing – and in some cases unknowing – contributors to the most massive data gathering exercise in history. Many times referred to by the overused term big data.

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