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Twitter backtracks on changes it made to how people block abusive users, less than a day after they were introduced.
The US communications agency has taken the first step toward lifting a ban on mobile phone calls during flights.
A study suggests bots - automated software tools - now account for nearly double the amount of traffic generated by humans actively using the web.
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