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As the Streaming Wars Heat Up, Ryan Murphy Cashes In

Mr. Murphy was in an ideal bargaining position not only because he possesses a fecund imagination able to spin out one successful series after another, but because Apple and Amazon have lately proved themselves willing to spend their way into rivalries with the old-line movie studios and television networks. Photo …

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Should Congress Create a Crypto-Cop?

There are distinctions between cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, which are not tied to a single company but instead operate more like regular money, and tokens issued by firms to help raise money in initial coin offerings, or I.C.O.s. Mr. Clayton announced a much tougher stand on that second form of virtual …

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Sampling Twitter (Without an Account)

Q. I do not have a smartphone. Can I still use Twitter? Do I need an account? A. Using the Twitter app on a smartphone or a computer is a popular way to keep up with the state of the world in 280-character posts. However, you do not need a …

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Don’t Let Criminals Hide Their Data Overseas

Photo Data cables in a server room in Australia. Credit Mick Tsikas/Epa Congress is now considering long-overdue legislation that authorizes faster access to internationally stored electronic data needed to prosecute serious crime and disrupt terrorist plots in the United States, Britain and elsewhere. The legislation, the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use …

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Broadcom Now Seeking Fewer of Qualcomm’s Board Seats

Photo Hock Tan, the chief executive of Broadcom, said his company’s decision to seek fewer seats on Qualcomm’s board was a bid to provide “continuity” after an eventual takeover. Credit Justin Lane/European Pressphoto Agency Broadcom moved the goal posts in its hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm, announcing on Tuesday that …

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Picking a Default Account in Mac Mail

Q. I have multiple accounts set up in the Mac’s default Mail program. I notice sometimes when I create a message, Mail automatically sets the sender address to the account I use for personal correspondence and not my preferred home-business account. How can I specify that my business account should …

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Julian Assange’s Arrest Warrant Is Upheld by U.K. Judge

LONDON — A British judge upheld an arrest warrant for Julian Assange on Tuesday, a significant setback for him after five and a half years of evading the authorities by living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. Before a packed London courtroom, Senior District Judge Emma Arbuthnot rejected the points …

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