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For perhaps 64,000 computers in the U.S. and 300,000 worldwide, the Internet will go dead starting Monday. The story is rather complicated, but at its bottom is a piece of devilment named the DNS Changer Trojan. Click through below to the jump to find out if your Internet connection is set up for a KO punch and, if so, what you can do to sidestep it.

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Electronics manufacturer Foxconn has taken some considerable hits to its public image in recent years as reports about shocking labor conditions at the Apple supplier's factories cropped up with more frequency than new iPad product launches. On Sunday, Foxconn's chairman said that the company is changing its ways.

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In a bid to increase transparency and overcome some dreadful PR from recent years about certain components of its global supply chain, Apple Inc. posted a lengthy "2012 Progress Report" about labor practices, working conditions and company ethics on its main website Friday.

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This is quite an exemplary display of dramatic prowess on the part of actor Richard Dreyfuss, who put his thespian talents to work to great effect in these dramatic readings taken from iTunes' EULA (End-User License Agreement) for CNet. You will comply!

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Internal documents of a California computer security firm obtained by pro-WikiLeaks hackers have been made available online, suggesting various ways companies can help undermine the whistle-blowing website as it prepares to release material that could prove damaging to Bank of America and other financial entities.

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