TechBytes (01.19.12)

It appears that the internet protest against SOPA may have worked.
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In today's tech -- it appears the Internet protest did work more than a dozen members of congress withdrew their support of the -- online piracy bills yesterday as sites like Wikipedia expressed their displeasure. Some -- -- state leaders posted on FaceBook they'd heard the protests from their constituents. And if you're buying a Smartphone or tablet from ATT. You're gonna pay more for a data plan the wireless carrier is raising rates at each level by five dollars starting this Sunday. The amount of data is also going up now existing customers can't keep their current plans AT decent data usage is increasing. About 40% a year. And FaceBook now has sixty new apps to make it even easier to share with your friends everything from what you're listening to what you're wearing and even what you're cooking for dinner FaceBook is calling it friction -- sharing but you can limit. Who can see what and those -- your tech -- I'm Paula Ferris have a good day.

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