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Nathaniel Mott

  1. Troubling allegations of rider-driver violence tarnish Lyft's friendly, fuzzy reputation

    Lyft -- with its fuzzy mustaches and its CEO who isn't Travis Kalanick -- has maintained a reputation as the friendlier, safer alternative to crosstown rival Uber. But that reputation may be in jeopardy now that multiple reports of assaults have been published.

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  2. Facebook expands its News Feed shopping experiment

    Facebook is expanding an experiment with Shopify that allows consumers to purchase the materialistic menagerie of items shown in their News Feeds.

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  3. Both AdBlock Plus and the media are worried about Safari's upcoming features

    Apple has worried both media pundits and the company behind AdBlock Plus by revealing that iOS 9 will let consumers block ads in Safari.

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  4. Kaspersky: Malware related to Stuxnet virus spied on Iran nuclear talks

    The countries responsible for the Stuxnet virus, which sabotaged Iran's nuclear efforts in 2010, reportedly spied on the country's nuclear talks earlier this year.

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  7. Here's more proof Messenger is the next Facebook

    Messenger is the next Facebook, and it has the downloads to prove it.

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  8. The government still takes threats against its own more seriously than threats against normal citizens

    The government wants to learn the identities of six people who threatened violence against Katherine Forrest -- the judge who presided over the Silk Road case in New York -- inside the comments section of Reason magazine's website.

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