“F*ck No… He Is So Gross” LORDE To David Guetta Collaboration Rumours

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Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O’Connor, known by her stage name Lorde (seen above) is one of the hottest female singers in the business right now and is currently tearing up the charts with her hit singles ‘Tennis Court and ‘Royals’ with the former being #1 in 12 countries as of today.

Then there comes rumours of a possible collaboration between her and the #5 DJ in the world, David Guetta, with the man himself expressing interest in the collaboration through his Facebook page.

And when asked for comment the teen singer replied:

“F*ck No… He Is So Gross”.

Ouch.

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Facebook Works To Warn Users Of Violent Content

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LONDON (AP) — Facebook announced Tuesday it was working on new ways to keep users from stumbling across gruesome content on its website following an outcry over the discovery of beheading videos there.

The controversy – which has drawn critical comment from British Prime Minister David Cameron – illustrates the difficulty of setting a universal standard across the social network used by 1 billion people. Facing sharp criticism, Facebook Inc. issued a statement clarifying that violent videos were only allowed if they were presented as news or held up as atrocities to be condemned.

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PRISM Is Just Part Of A Much Larger, Scarier Government Surveillance Program

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What makes PRISM shine? National Security Agency’s megadata collection from Internet pipeline.

WASHINGTON (AP) — In the months and early years after 9/11, FBI agents began showing up at Microsoft Corp. more frequently than before, armed with court orders demanding information on customers.

Around the world, government spies and eavesdroppers were tracking the email and Internet addresses used by suspected terrorists. Often, those trails led to the world’s largest software company and, at the time, largest email provider.

The agents wanted email archives, account information, practically everything, and quickly. Engineers compiled the data, sometimes by hand, and delivered it to the government.

Often there was no easy way to tell if the information belonged to foreigners or Americans. So much data was changing hands that one former Microsoft employee recalls that the engineers were anxious about whether the company should cooperate.

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Samsung teases Galaxy S4, likens it to the introduction of color television.

DigitalTrends: Samsung announced on Friday it would be revealing the Galaxy S4 in mid-March in New York, and has now sent the first of several teaser videos live. However, it has shunned the obsession with drafting in a celebrity or two to advertise its next big thing, instead deciding to enlist the services of a child to build the already considerable anticipation surrounding the new phone.

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Everything you need to know about Android 4.1 Jelly Bean


iGyaan: Google has officially taken the curtain down from what is the next big mobile OS for the company. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean brings to Android what ICS missed out on. The biggest change according to Google is something they like to call “project butter” which now allows the the whole interface to run at 60fps. While the difference in speed is a few milliseconds, you will notice the difference when a Jelly Bean device is placed next to a ICS device.

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Access Piratebay Even If It Is Blocked: A List Of 110 Piratebay Proxies

Governments across the world are busy commanding their ISPs (Internet Service Providers) to prevent public access to certain websites in the name of preventing piracy. Due to this many sites such as Vimeo.comDailymotion.com and Piratebay.org have been blocked in numerous countries. Although the cause of preventing piracy is one we must respect, the actions of Governments in blocking such sites is one that is open to debate.

Note: Torrents are widely used to distribute open source and free software suchas linux distributions and many other books and publications that are in the public domain. - AnonIndia 

Below is the list of Piratebay Proxies:

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