A federal judge has sided with four publishers who sued an online archive over its unauthorized scanning of millions of copyrighted works and offering them for free to the public.
Twitter has confirmed that certain parts of its source code, which forms the basis of its social network, were released online, according to a legal filing with the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California on Friday.
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Badgers burrowing under rail tracks have halted trains in the northern and southern Netherlands, forcing lengthy cancellations on at least two lines.
Police said Tuesday that one of two porcupines that went missing from a zoo in central Germany over the weekend has somehow found its way back home.