China's Internet users see temporary blackout to certain sites; Google to pay fine for WiFi data collection effort

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> New Net Communications Technologies introduces the TraxcomSecure® AccessGuard 1000 enhanced mobile broadband payments gateway. Release

> China's Internet users were temporarily unable to access a number of Chinese Web sites and other foreign sites, prompting speculation over a "kill switch." Article

> RadiSys has named telecom industry veteran Hubert de Pesquidoux to its Board of Directors. Release

> QTS (Quality Technology Services) has launched its own line custom build-to-suit data centers. Article

And finally... Google will have to pay a $25,000 fine to the FCC, which said that the Internet search giant had "deliberately impeded and delayed" an investigation into its controversial data collection effort in 2010. Article

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