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A Week on E-Commerce Times, Plus Recent Archives

  • Walmart to Jump the Gun on Cyber Monday
  • Report: Mobile Payments Won't Be a Thing This Holiday Season
  • HPE Closes Ranks With Microsoft on Windows 10
  • Have You Started Your Black Friday Shopping Yet?
  • Telegram Shutters 78 ISIS Channels
  • Diane Greene to Lead Google Into Cloud Business Fray
  • Google Tears Down App Walls
  • Halo Makes Month for Xbox One
  • Surveys Reveal Lax Mobile Security Among Federal Workers


  • Nadella: Microsoft to Be Stealth Operator for Cloud Security
  • Report: Botnets Help Bump Cyberattack Attempts by 20 Percent
  • Microsoft Pulls the Plug on Zune
  • Gmail to Warn Users of Unencrypted Email
  • Time for Apple to Broaden Its Model?
  • Alibaba Crushes Global Online Shopping Day
  • CFOs Calculate Benefits of Cloud ERP
  • The Wireless Industry Is Changing Again
  • Apple May Enter P2P Mobile Payments Fray
  • Microsoft Hands Cloud Data Control to German Trustee
  • T-Mobile Opens Streaming-Video Buffet
  • Microsoft to Add Secure Islands to Its Cloud
  • NIST Seeks Review of Email Safety Doc
  • Cisco and Ericsson Hook Up for IoT Network
  • Channel Choosing: Where and How to Sell Online
  • Karma Serves Up $50 All-You-Can-Eat Data Plan
  • Toyota's $1B AI, Robotics Play Jolts Driverless World
  • Lawsuit Threatens Amazon's Prime Now Delivery Model
  • Circle With Disney Lets Parents Unglue Kids From Media
  • Microsoft Hits the Brakes on OneDrive
  • Activision Welcomes King Into Its Court
  • Film Industry Claims Victory in Shutdown of Major Piracy Sites
  • Nokia Bets on Artemis' 4G LTE Booster
  • New Parental Leave Policies, Bookstore Show Amazon's Softer Side
  • NIST Seeks Business Partners to Boost Email Security
  • Airbnb Holds its Breath as San Franciscans Vote on Prop F
  • HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Go Separate Ways
  • The New York Times May Get Technical With Ad Blockers
  • Tablets Losing Ground to Big Smartphones, Light PCs
  • Nintendo's Miitomo Smartphone 'Game' Fails to Charm Investors
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    Should social media sites be held accountable for terrorists' communications?
    Yes -- They are providing a platform to facilitate murder and mayhem.
    Yes -- Everything must be done to protect society from danger.
    Maybe -- I'm not sure they have the technological capability to stop them.
    Maybe -- I'm not convinced terrorists are using them for serious plotting.
    No -- Authorities should monitor social networks to gather intelligence.
    No -- Social networks are no different than phone carriers or mail services.