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'Mysterious' company sued to expose billionaire’s Twitter critic. It didn't go well.

‘Mysterious’ company sued to expose billionaire’s Twitter critic. It didn’t go well.

Law firms Related documents (Reuters) – A company with “mysterious” origins and a “vague” business model tried to use the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to force Twitter to disclose the identity of an anonymous user who criticized private-equity billionaire Brian Sheth. That strategy backfired in quite spectacular fashion on Tuesday: A San Francisco federal judge …

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Former Apple engineer details why the first iPhone didn't have copy and paste

Former Apple engineer details why the first iPhone didn’t have copy and paste

Apple introduced the first iPhone 15 years ago, and a lot has changed since then. We’re now discussing rumors about the next iPhone featuring 8K video and a new display, but it’s hard to believe that once the iPhone didn’t even have copy and paste options. Now former Apple software engineer and designer Ken Kocienda …

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Street Fighter 6's developers didn't specifically aim to bring back Parry and Focus Attacks but it ended up happening that way anyhow

Street Fighter 6’s developers didn’t specifically aim to bring back Parry and Focus Attacks but it ended up happening that way anyhow

A ton of information about Street Fighter 6 was only recently unveiled by Capcom. Some of the essential news mechanics coming to Street Fighter 6 will have players managing how they use the Drive Gauge system. …

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