VCAP aims to fight online piracy - Samsung ad trolls Apple - Facebook stock hits an all-time high

 

The government puts in place the VCAP to combat online piracy, Samsung S5 advert mocks the iPhone's screen size and Facebook smashes Wall Street targets as stocks hit an all-time high.

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theEweekly Wrap: Parliament plans to rush through new data law, blogger gets a fine for search title, and a council praises parking vigilante Facebook campaign

 

This week in theEweekly Wrap: Parliament rushes for new data law, a blogger gets fined for search title, and one man launches Facebook campaign to publicise awful parking.

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Matt Cutts on vacation, Germany vs. Brazil turbo-tweeting and Google upgrades AdWords Editor

 

Google's Matt Cutts goes on vacation until November, Germany vs. Brazil World Cup semi-final breaks a tweets-per-minute record and Google releases the 10.5 version of AdWords Editor.

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theEweekly Wrap: Google sends removal messages to publishers, UK watchdog probes Facebook study, and Man vs Food star loses show after Instagram madness

 

This week in theEweekly Wrap: Google sends removal messages, Facebook's study is probed, and Man vs Food star loses show after Instagram comments.

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theEweekly Wrap: Cyber thieves hit EU bank, tech community gathers for Google I/O 2014 and Suarez bite memes take over the Internet

 

An EU bank has fallen victim to cyber-thieves, Luis Suarez bite memes take over Twitter and the tech world waits to see what will be revealed at Google I/O 2014.

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theEweekly Wrap: PR firms pledge to use Wikipedia ethically, US satellite allows detailed maps images, and the Internet loses then saves Facebook.

 

This week in theEweekly Wrap: PR firms pledge ethical wiki edits, satellite company allowed to sell detailed pictures, and the Internet's reaction to the Facebook blackout.

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Tech world set for Brazil World Cup

With the World Cup underway in Brazil, we take a look at some of the new technology that will help to improve the fans' viewing experience during the tournament.

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theEweekly Wrap: US Secret Service wants to get sarcasm, Turkish court lifts YouTube ban, and Myspace starts campaign to win back users.

 

This week in theEweekly Wrap: US Secret Service wants sarcasm detector, Turkish high court lifts the YouTube ban, and Myspace wants to win back users with nostalgic ad campaign.

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theEweekly Wrap: Google reveals self-driving car, Microsoft CEO declares post-post-PC era, and Eat24 makes public Facebook split.

 

This week in theEweekly Wrap: Google reveals its own self-driving car, Microsoft's CEO announces the post-post-PC era, and Eat24 posts an open breakup letter to say goodbye to Facebook.

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theEweekly Wrap: UK privacy watchdog responds to Google ruling, Pinterest widens access to analytics and eBay users urged to change password

 

UK data privacy watchdog responds to Google's "right to be forgotten" ruling, third party marketers can now access Pinterest analytics and eBay to force users to change their passwords.

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