Webwire: ITC investigates Samsung; Google+ hits 25m in first month

The US International Trade Commission is investigating Apple's claims that Samsung has violated its patents.
 
Google attracted 25 million visitors to its Google+ social networking service in less than a month, including 6.44 million in the US and 3.62 million in India, comScore calculates.
 
Angry Internet Explorer supporters have threatened to sue consulting firm AptiQuant, after it published research claiming they have a significantly lower IQ than those using rival browsers.
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Russia's interior minister, Rashid Nurgaliyev, is calling for curbs on Internet access to prevent youths from being corrupted by “lopsided” ideologies.
 
Daily deals site LivingSocial has expanded into the South Korean market with an agreement to buy online bargains site TicketMonster. The company already has a presence in Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia, as well as 19 countries outside of Asia.
 
Five Uzbekistani operators suspended mobile Internet and SMS services for four hours yesterday in a bid to prevent cheating during the national university entrance exams.

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