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Hi Call: The Bluetooth Enabled Talking Glove!

Date:
January 28, 2013
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A French court orders Twitter to hand over names in the case of anti-Semitic messages. In this week's show we discuss what implications for the company ahead of its IPO in 2014? And what implications for Internet governance? Plus, a handy idea for cold days: a glove that allows you to make phone calls using Bluetooth.


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