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Charter buying Time Warner Cable

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Charter Communications has announced that it is purchasing Time Warner Cable as part of a move that would create the nation’s third largest pay-TV service. [LA Times] The deal values Time Warner Cable at $56.7 billion. Federal regulators must still... (Continue reading)

SLO software company going public

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San Luis Obispo-based Mindbody, a firm that sells software for managing health and wellness businesses, has announced its plans to become a publicly traded company. [Business Times] Mindbody filed its offering statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday... (Continue reading)

Do men see colors different than women?

Nationwide people are arguing over the color of this dress. While the dress is blue and black, most people see white and gold. In many homes, the men see black and blue and women see gold and white. What do... (Continue reading)

SLO skateboard killer threatened to shoot, molest Jerry Brown

San Luis Obispo man Robert Holguin, who at 13 used a skateboard to beat an 87-year-old to death, needed just the approval of Governor Jerry Brown to regain his freedom. [KSBY] In March, the California Juvenile Parole Review Board found... (Continue reading)

Monterey County computer hacked

A Monterey County Department of Social Services computer was hacked by an overseas computer in March. However, those whose personal information was compromised were not informed until last week. [Herald] Personal information such as Social Security numbers, birth dates and... (Continue reading)

Politicians must now divulge payments to bloggers

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN California’s political watchdog initiated a new rule this week requiring politicians to disclose payments made to people or companies receiving remuneration to blog positively about them, or negatively about their opponents. The rule likely... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo Tribune commenters required to use Facebook

The San Luis Obispo Tribune began requiring commenters to belong to Facebook in order to comment on stories on Sunday. This weekend, several McClatchy papers began requiring commenters to have a Facebook account in an attempt to improve the tone... (Continue reading)

23 arrested in Central Coast prostitution sting

Officers from San Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach and Arroyo Grande police departments arrested 23 people during a three-night prostitution sting. Police investigators placed advertisements on the internet for prostitution services to be conducted in local hotel rooms. Suspects then contacted... (Continue reading)

Anonymous campaign bloggers targeted

A plan to simplify identification of bloggers and social media whose posts are paid for by campaigns will be considered by a state watchdog agency next month. (Sacramento Bee) The proposed regulation by the Fair Political Practices Commission was set... (Continue reading)

SLO battling against room rentals

San Luis Obispo city staff sent cease and desist letters to more than 50 home owners who list rooms in their homes for rent on Airbnb. Airbnb is a popular website where people go to rent rooms in 192 countries... (Continue reading)



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