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Today’s stories: Uber's big data breach, Facebook to single out election trolls, Apple's self-driving car research and FCC issues final draft of plan to kill net neutrality. That's it for this week.
Today’s stories: FCC highlights plan to kill net neutrality, Android secretly sending location data, Bitcoin just passed $8,000 and Toyota's new robot can be controlled in VR.
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