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  1. Qu'ont en commun Britney Spears, Jay Z, Adam Sandler et la société pétrolière Plains Exploration and Production? Pour en lire plus...
  2. Un Québécois doit 873 millions $ à Facebook ! 24 Novembre 2008 - 15h24 (INFO690)- Facebook a gagné son procès contre un québécois qui bombardait les usagers de millions de messages non sollicités à caractère sexuel ou faisant l'éloge de drogues. Ce dernier a été condamné à verser 873 millions $ à Facebook. Un juge californien, a signé le jugement par défaut vendredi, mettant un terme à des poursuites engagées par Facebook en août dernier contre Adam Guerbuez, de Montréal, et sa société, Atlantis Blue Capital. Selon Facebook, Adam Guerbuez avait dupé les usagers en les amenant à
  3. C'est comme cool! Source USA Today Sears Tower unveils 103rd floor glass balconies CHICAGO — Visitors to the Sears Tower's new glass balconies all seem to agree: The first step is the hardest. "It's like walking on ice," said Margaret Kemp, of Bishop, Calif., who said her heart was still pounding even after stepping away from the balcony. "That first step you take — 'am I going down?"' Kemp was among the visitors who got a sneak preview of the balconies Wednesday. "The Ledge," as the balconies have been nicknamed, open to the public Thursday. RELATED: Ten tips for
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