As millions of people hopped online to watch Germany trounce Argentina in the final game of the 2014 World Cup on Sunday, a number of the biggest social media platforms on the web experienced record breaking user activity. According to a report from The Guardian, Twittersurpassed its previous record of 580,166...

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For owners of manufacturing businesses, it turns out that using the internet can have serious advantages, especially for those who have machines and other devices that connect to it, also. However, John Nesi, vice president of market development at Rockwell Automation, states that only 10 percent of industrial operations are using...

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P.F. Chang's, Princeton, NJ

Credit card payment processing allows cardholders to make purchases just about anywhere in world, but sometimes it can have consequences on unsecured systems — for both consumers and businesses. P.F. Chang’s, a restaurant chain with over 200 bistros across the United States, recently confirmed that it had credit and debit...

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“The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a brief on Friday telling a federal judge that there is no doubt that the federal government knowingly destroyed years of evidence of electronic surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency — despite a court injunction being in place to order the evidence’s protection,” The Mint News Press reports....

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WebMD is suing one of its competitors, Everyday Health, for what it claims are unfair search engine marketing practices along with trademark infringement, false advertising and unfair competition. According to the Wall Street Journal, WebMD’s complaint, filed on Thursday, June 19, states that Everyday Health has been using WebMD’s trademark on...

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