Bradley Manning

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March 3, 2011: 6:27 AM ET

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  • Army private Bradley Manning

    Army private Bradley Manning (right), the soldier who reportedly gave WikiLeaks 500,000-plus classified materials like video of a Baghdad helicopter air strike in which 12 people were killed, faces 22 additional charges that accuse him of aiding the enemy. Though such charges could mean the death penalty for him, military prosecutors say they'll likely push for life in prison. (CBS News and Ars Technica)

  • Facebook introduced its rumored commenting system plug-in upgrade which offers beefed up moderatation features -- for instance, publishers can make certain comments private -- and better sharing so users can show comments they've made on third-party sites in their News Feeds, too. (PBS)
  • Daily deals site LivingSocial introduced its second national deal yesterday: two Fandango movie tickets for $9, some 70% off the normal sales price. So far, more than 730,000 have been purchased. Two catches, though: the sale ends later today, and the two tickets have to be purchased for the same movie and showtime when ever the deal is redeemed. In other words, if you're interested, act now. (LivingSocial) More
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