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Democrats decry GOP subpoena of Clinton's personal emails

Democrats decry GOP subpoena of Clinton's personal emails

Democrats on the House committee investigating the Benghazi attack are asking the panel's Republican chairman to withdraw a subpoena for Hillary Clinton's emails.

Senh: Of course, the Republicans going after Clinton for the 2016 presidential election. Although I wonder how far they'll get with this. It backfired on Mitt Romney during his debate with Barack Obama.


Email tax may slice spam and scams out of inboxes

Gordon Wozniak

A Berkeley city councilman has proposed a tiny levy on senders of large batches of unwanted time-wasters. The most courageous politician in California — probably the nation — is a Berkeley city councilman, Gordon Wozniak.


Harvard Offers Explanation for Search of E-mail Accounts

Harvard said it had not notified most of the employees involved because it wanted to protect the one who inadvertently leaked confidential material to the news media.


Emails From Steve Jobs Show Clear Intent to Retaliate Against Those Trying To Offer Jobs to Apple Engineers

Steve Jobs

Emails from former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, published below, are at the center of a lawsuit that that connects the tech industry's most powerful executives and companies. Five tech workers are suing Apple, Google, and Intel. They say that top executives at these companies agreed to not hire each other's employees.


US Afghan commander cleared in Petraeus email case

U.S. defense officials say Gen. John Allen, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, has been cleared of allegations of sending potentially inappropriate emails to a civilian woman linked to the sex scandal that ousted David Petraeus as CIA director.


FedEx Employees Knew of Overcharging, Emails Show

A FedEx employee suspected the delivery company of "systematically overcharging" its customers and taking "no action" to address the problem, according to unsealed documents in a case against the company.


Yahoo revamps email in bid to catch up with Gmail

Yahoo! Mail

Yahoo is spiffing up and expanding its email service in an attempt to regain some of the ground lost to a Google alternative that lured away millions of users. The changes unveiled Tuesday are meant to make Yahoo's email faster and easier to use on the Web. To cater to the growing audience checking their email on smartphones and tablet computers, Yahoo also introduced mobile apps for the iPhone, iPad and devices powered by Microsoft Corp.'s recently released Windows 8 system.


Google's popular GMail service suffers disruption


Several Google Inc Web products, including the popular GMail service, appeared to go dark for users on several continents on Monday.


Dad's mean letter to kids goes viral

Father's Email

In an e-mail titled "Dear All Three," Nick Crews excoriates his grown children for their professional and personal failures, and for the "bitter disappointment each of you has in your own way dished out" to him and his wife.


Senate panel backs e-mail privacy bill

A Senate committee approved a measure Thursday that would require law enforcement agencies to obtain a court-approved search warrant before reviewing any e-mail or other electronic content. The measure would close what privacy advocates describe as a loophole in the law in which Internet service providers such as Yahoo and Google may turn over e-mail older than six months if authorities obtain a subpoena, which does not require a judge’s approval.


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