DailyDose: Hacking network declares Internet war on Syria for blacking out Internet

Tech news from around the world: Global hacking network declares Internet war on Syria. Samsung to fix outsourcing issues. Stafan Glaenzer faces jail after sexual assault conviction. Facebook enters cloud storage and more.

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Global hacking network declares Internet war on Syria  in response to a countrywide Internet blackout which was politically motivated.
Samsung says to fix outsourcing issues, but keep most production inhouse: The company wants to improve working conditions at suppliers.

High Profile UK VC Stefan Glaenzer Faces Jail After Sexual Assault Conviction: Glaenzer is the former chairman of music streaming site Last.fm and co-founder of the highly active Passion Capital VC fund.

Facebook Enters Cloud Storage And Chows Down On Metadata With Rollout Of Mobile Photo Sync Background Uploads

With 1B Pageviews Under Its Belt, UGC Giant Wikia Raises $10.8M From IVP, Bessemer & Amazon

Productivity App Evernote Gets Another $85M, ~$64M In Secondary Financing, Led By London’s AGC Equity, defers IPO

Court Rules Yahoo Must Pay $2.7 Billion For Mexican Yellow Pages Breach Of Contract

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