PlayStation Network: Credit card data may have been stolen; outage to last up to another week
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Maria Ressa says the Philippines' SEC told Rappler to close; Ressa says Rappler will fight the ruling affirming an earlier order revoking incorporation papers
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New York Magazine ran a story on cancel culture in high school, but failed to disclose that the author used a tale from her child's school, contorting the piece
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An in-depth look at why some BuzzFeed stockholders were unable to sell their shares when the company went public, a situation securities lawyers say is unusual
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