WASHINGTON - Cyber crime experts from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) have suggested that the mob mentality behind the current wave of cyber attacks against sites of various banking, credit and other service-industries are not the result of frenzy or mass hysteria - rather they are a united group of passionate actors.

WASHINGTON - The step taken by social networking site Facebook to establish a "hate and harassment team" as part of a virtual police squad charged with taking down content that is illegal or violates Facebook's terms of service, has spurred debate over freedom of speech on the Internet.

WASHINGTON - Facebook, the social networking giant, has no plans to ban content from a 'fan page' associated with Wikileaks-at least, as of now, say bosses.

BEIJING - PayPal, the online payments service, has blocked donations to WikiLeaks and to a German foundation that raises funds for it following the release of 250,000 confidential US government cables.

LONDON - A seven-year-old Brit girl unknowingly spent 250 pounds in an hour on a Facebook game - in front of her parents.
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