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Shane Roberts / Gizmodo:
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Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
UK Piracy Blocklist Expands With Demonoid, Isohunt, IPTorrents and More  —  The list of websites that are blocked in the UK for facilitating copyright infringement is getting longer and longer.  —  This week a new High Court ruling orders Sky, BT, Everything Everywhere, TalkTalk …


Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
Syrian Electronic Army hacks websites via Gigya's login service  —  Visitors to some large media and entertainment websites on Thursday — including NBC, The Independent and NHL.com — were greeted by pop-up messages that said those sites had been hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army.


Lorraine Luk / Wall Street Journal:
Fitbit gearing up to expand to India, Indonesia, Philippines and Taiwan next year  —  Fitbit Gears Up for Asia Expansion  —  San Francisco-based fitness tracking company Fitbit is gearing up for an expansion in Asia by making its way into India, Indonesia, Philippines and Taiwan next year.


Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Eyeing Up O2, BT Is Also In ‘Exploratory Discussions’ To Buy EE  —  Earlier this week, it emerged that BT was eyeing up buying a mobile carrier to expand its existing fixed line business, and that O2 was one of the two under consideration.  Today we have confirmation of the other one …