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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's telecom regulator said it signed off on the prices dominant phone company America Movil can charge rivals and virtual operators to connect to its network, according to a statement from the regulator on Saturday.

REYKJAVIK (Reuters) - Activist hackers from the Anonymous collective have claimed responsibility for bringing down five government websites in Iceland in a protest against whale-hunting by the North Atlantic nation.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Less than a week after Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said he would take two months of paternity leave, the social media company announced it is extending its parental leave policy to full-time employees outside the United States.

(Reuters) - Electronic toymaker VTech Holdings Ltd said on Friday that it was the victim of a cyber attack that compromised information about customers who access a portal for downloading children's games, books and other educational content.

(Reuters) - Shoppers looking for deals on upscale retailer Neiman Marcus's website were left largely empty-handed after the site suffered an outage on Black Friday, CNBC reported.

(Reuters) - Computer security startup Cymmetria has hired a well-known retired U.S. government computer-forensics expert, Jim Christy, as vice president of investigations and digital forensics.

LONDON (Reuters) - Britons splashed out on "Black Friday" bargains on Friday but many opted to go online rather than head to the shops for an event imported from the United States that has become a key feature of the UK retail calendar.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Security Agency will end its daily vacuuming of millions of Americans' phone records by Sunday and replace the practice with more tightly targeted surveillance methods, the Obama administration said on Friday.

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union wants to enhance the power of the bloc's national privacy regulators in policing a planned new EU-U.S. data pact after the previous one was struck down by a top EU court on concerns about mass U.S. surveillance.

KRAKOW, Poland (Reuters) - A Polish court's decision to deny the extradition of film-maker Roman Pol...
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Adam Lambert may have been a hit on American Idol but rival petitions in Singa...
LONDON (Reuters) - British singer Adele's "25" notched up the most sales in its opening week of any ...
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Matt Jones held off world number one Jordan Spieth and a charging Adam Scott on h...
(The Sports Xchange) - A stone cold third period from the Denver Nuggets allowed the Dallas Maverick...
(The Sports Xchange) - Defense is usually an aspect that San Antonio rounds into form as the year pr...
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