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April 18, 2014, 7:10 PM

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Kim Zetter / Wired:
Certificate Revocations Lists increase sharply in the wake of Heartbleed, hogging bandwidth  —  Heartbleed Bug Sends Bandwidth Costs Skyrocketing  —  The exposure of the Heartbleed vulnerability last week had a number of repercussions, one of which was to set off a mad scramble by companies …
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Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
Heartbleed exploits expand to VPN devices: attackers hijack user sessions, bypassing multifactor authentication  —  Heartbleed maliciously exploited to hack network with multifactor authentication  —  Demonstrating yet another way the catastrophic Heartbleed vulnerability threatens users …
Deep Nishar / Official LinkedIn Blog:
LinkedIn hits 300M members, 100M in US, says mobile traffic will overtake desktop later this year  —  The Next Three Billion [INFOGRAPHIC]  —  We are excited to announce that we reached a big milestone today: there are now more than 300 million LinkedIn members in the world!
Vodafone Social:
HTC hints at DSLR-like optical zoom in the next 18-24 months, “wants to own the selfie market”  —  HTC talks camera tech: DSLR-destroying optical zooming ‘18 months’ away  —  The HTC One (M8) is here, and even though we're only in April, it's already a strong contender for phone of the year.
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
Facebook's Paper for iOS updated with birthdays, events, photo comments, group updates, and more  —  Facebook today released the first major update to its Paper for iOS app, adding a slew of new features just 10 weeks after the initial launch.  You can download the new version now directly from Apple's App Store.
Sam Altman:
YC's new president suggests several solutions to key issues in employee stock compensation  —  Employee Equity  —  Startup employees often do not get treated very well when it comes to stock compensation.  New ideas float around occasionally, but lawyers are usually averse to trying new things …
Ed Christman / Billboard:
Record Labels Sue Pandora Over Pre-1972 Recordings  —  As expected, the three major labels, ABKCO, and the RIAA filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in New York state court against Pandora for playing pre-Feb. 15, 1972 recordings without making any royalty payments.
Tom Cheredar / VentureBeat:
Comcast and Time Warner may sell 3-5M subscribers for up to $20B to Charter before merger  —  Ahead of its TWC merger, Comcast may sell 5M subscribers to Charter  —  Comcast and Time Warner Cable are in discussions with smaller cable provider Charter to sell up to $20 billion worth of assets, according to a Financial Times report.

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