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Date: 2012-09-04
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U.S. social sites have modest political impact: poll
US-USA-CAMPAIGN-NETWORKING:U.S. social sites have modest political impact: poll
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Social networking sites play a modest role in influencing most U.S. users' political views, with the biggest impact among Democrats, a survey showed on Tuesday.

The poll by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project comes as Democratic President


Social sites have modest political impact: poll
US-USA-CAMPAIGN-NETWORKING:Social sites have modest political impact: poll
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Social networking sites play a modest role in influencing most U.S. users' political views, with the biggest impact among Democrats, a survey showed on Tuesday.

The poll by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project comes as Democratic President


UK's FSA wants banks to detail IT backup plans: FT
US-BRITAIN-FSA-BANKS:UK's FSA wants banks to detail IT backup plans: FT
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's financial regulator has sent letters to the nine largest banks and building societies in the UK requesting details of their IT contingency plans, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday.

The Financial Services Authority wants the main high street banks to detail


Dutch boy sentenced in "Facebook murder"
US-DUTCH-MURDER-FACEBOOK:Dutch boy sentenced in "Facebook murder"
ARNHEM, The Netherlands (Reuters) - A 15-year-old Dutch boy was sentenced to a year in juvenile detention on Monday for stabbing to death a girl whose Facebook posts reportedly led to a contract for her killing.

The case, known in the Netherlands as the "Facebook murder", caused widespread


EU Commission asks telcos to share radio waves
US-EU-TELECOMS-SHARING:EU Commission asks telcos to share radio waves
By Claire Davenport

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission is pushing telecoms companies to share the radio frequencies they use for mobile and broadband services as space runs out for rapidly increasing Web use.

European economies must squeeze more out of the radio


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