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Your privacy at risk: Verizon reportedly close to purchasing Yahoo’s Internet business

Your privacy at risk: Verizon reportedly close to purchasing Yahoo’s Internet business Now, there’s talk that Verizon and Yahoo are close to a deal for the company’s core Internet properties.Bloomberg reports that Verizon is buying Yahoo’s core Internet business and its real estate holdings for an estimated $5 billion.

AT&T, Time Warner unveil massive $85 billion merger with zero benefit for consumers

AT&T, Time Warner unveil massive $85 billion merger with zero benefit for consumers AT&T and Time Warner have jointly announced a deal in which the telecommunications giant will acquire Time Warner for $85.The deal would not include Time Warner Cable, which is a subsidiary of Charter, but does cover a number of other Time Warner properties and businesses.

Urban Outfitters is selling a ridiculous homage to the 90s internet

Urban Outfitters is selling a ridiculous homage to the 90s internet Urban Outfitters is selling a long-sleeved tee emblazoned with the forgotten social network head's still-familiar face for a pricey $50.The item is part of a collection that also includes clothes themed after other web has-beens like AOL and Napster.

AOL appears to be killing third-party access to AOL Instant Messenger

AOL appears to be killing third-party access to AOL Instant Messenger There was a time when AOL was the leading internet service provider, and AIM was among the most popular instant messaging tools for keeping in touch with friends and family.More: Simplicity breeds success: the lasting impact of AOL Instant Messenger For quite some time, there have been two ways to use AIM as an instant messaging service.

Mike Pence used his personal AOL account for official business, and of course it was hacked

Mike Pence used his personal AOL account for official business, and of course it was hacked This is Mike Pence: Former governor of Indiana, Vice President of the United States, Chili's patron and AOL user.It's that last bit that seems to have gotten him into trouble, as The Indianapolis Star reports that while serving the Hooiser State, Pence repeatedly used his personal AOL email account for official business.

Pence's real crime is that he still uses an AOL email account

Pence's real crime is that he still uses an AOL email account By now you've probably heard that Vice President Mike Pence's personal email account was hacked, revealing he's chatted about sensitive political matters and homeland security issues while serving as governor of Indiana.That's scandalous and all — especially considering the backlash Hillary Clinton received during the presidential campaign for her use of a private email server while Secretary of State — but according to internet users, the real crime here is the fact that Pence still uses an AOL account.