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A U.S. congressional committee plans to investigate whether or not Yahoo lied during testimony over its role in a human rights case in China that sent journalist Shi Tao to jail for 10 years.
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Rocket Man Elton John is wading into waters he doesn't admit to knowing much about -- the Internet.
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