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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2011-02-09

In this issue:  Outlook for the economy, the impact of
social networks on political movements, and accusations
about WikiLeaks.

AOL continues its effort to reinvent itself from the dial-up
days as a leading content provider with a $315 million
acquisition of Huffington Post, reports InternetNews.

As economists looked to the future at the World Economic
Forum at Davos, they were more confident about the global
economy than they had been for four years.  But Time Europe
says unadulterated optimism was kept in check, lest
unfinished business and unpredictable shocks chill the recovery.

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BusinessWeek says the idea that America can use the Internet
to influence global events is more dream than reality.
Mulling a run for the U.S. Presidency, Ambassador Jon
Huntsman is leaving Beijing, according to BusinessWeek.

WikiLeaks, which says it's a passive drop box for
whistle-blowers, is accused of searching hard drives for
classified documents.  BusinessWeek says this may offer
prosecutors an alternate path to get the group and its
founder into a U.S. courtroom.