New way for singles to meet — the digital zap

New way for singles to meet — the digital zap
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – For people who think they’ve heard every pick-up line in the book, here’s a new one — let’s zap each other.[Lees verder]

“Office” co-star signs on for Web ride
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – A new Web series starring Craig Robinson (“The Office”) as a driving school instructor will premiere on MSN August 15, financed by Volvo.[Lees verder]

UK firms pull Facebook ads over political fears
LONDON (Reuters) – Three leading companies have pulled advertising from social network site Facebook over concerns that their ads were appearing next to a far-right British political party’s content.[Lees verder]

U.S. says 18 charged in illegal online pharmacy case
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Eighteen people have been indicted in California on racketeering and other charges for operating an Internet business that illegally sold prescription drugs, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Zimbabwe passes law to monitor communications
HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has signed into law an act enabling state security agents to monitor phone lines, mail and the Internet, a government notice published on Friday said.[Lees verder]

New way for singles to meet — the digital zap
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – For people who think they’ve heard every pick-up line in the book, here’s a new one — let’s zap each other.[Lees verder]

“Office” co-star signs on for Web ride
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – A new Web series starring Craig Robinson (“The Office”) as a driving school instructor will premiere on MSN August 15, financed by Volvo.[Lees verder]

UK firms pull Facebook ads over political fears
LONDON (Reuters) – Three leading companies have pulled advertising from social network site Facebook over concerns that their ads were appearing next to a far-right British political party’s content.[Lees verder]

U.S. says 18 charged in illegal online pharmacy case
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Eighteen people have been indicted in California on racketeering and other charges for operating an Internet business that illegally sold prescription drugs, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Zimbabwe passes law to monitor communications
HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has signed into law an act enabling state security agents to monitor phone lines, mail and the Internet, a government notice published on Friday said.[Lees verder]

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