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Disney To Produce Original YouTube Content

YouTube and Disney are starting a small venture together for Disney to produce original content for YouTube. The big video streaming services, such as YouTube, Hulu and Netflix are moving into the area of professionally produced original content. Guy Raz speaks to NPR's Laura Sydell for more.
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How Does The CIA Use Social Media?

Robert Siegel speaks with Associated Press intelligence correspondent Kimberly Dozier about how the CIA uses social media.
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Members Of Anonymous Share Values, Aesthetics

The online group Anonymous was in the news again last week when it threatened to unmask collaborators with a powerful Mexican drug cartel. That is just one of the attention-grabbing exploits by the group of cyber activists that is as mysterious as its name sounds. Journalist Quinn Norton talks to Renee Montagne about the profile of Anonymous that she has written for Wired.com.
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Smile! You're On Cop Camera!

Police departments are starting to equip officers with video cameras on their uniforms. It's supposed to protect both cops and the public, and clarify he-said-she-said situations. But the technology is raising a number of questions and concerns about access and privacy.
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What's The Defining Moment Of Your Generation?

Demographers divide generations by birth year. But each group has also been shaped by the news, music and major cultural events of its era. So what really distinguishes a baby boomer from a Generation Xer, a millennial from a member of the silent generation? Share your defining moments.
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Groupon: The Biggest Tech IPO Since Google

Groupon's stock is hot, but after a string of successful initial public offerings in the tech sector some analysts worry about overvaluations.
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Stuxnet Poses Thorny Issue For Cyberdefenders

A year ago, the existence of Stuxnet, the world's first cyber superweapon, first emerged. Many experts suspect the U.S. government had at least a hand in its creation. The development and use of offensive cyberweapons may create challenges for a nation's cyberdefenders — and could be a big policy issue in the nascent era of cyberwarfare.

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