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Apple reportedly acquiring Shazam music recognition app cnet.co/2BZaRlQ
2017: the year we started paying for free media willingly cnet.co/2BPpGqz
New lawsuits by Amazon and the state of Washington allege that two brothers charged people up to $35,000 for sham coaching on how to sell products on the site cnet.co/2BjGrOm
 
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