Russian Social Network Founder Flees

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The founder of Russia's rival to Facebook, V-Kontakte, has left the country after refusing to hand user details to authorities. Plus the future of the internet is debated in Brazil at NetMundial, a 2-day conference organised by President Dilma Rousseff in the wake of revelations that the US National Security Agency spied on her. President Obama begins a tour of Asia - the BBC's Andrew Walker tells us why a free trade agreement is so high up the agenda. Finally it's Shakespeare's 450th birthday - we hear how businesses are beating the drum for the arts. (Image: Getty)

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