10 plagues of the Internet

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I’m more wary of the creepy return of Furbies, a late ’90s rip-off of “The Gremlins” character Gizmo that once plagued children’s Christmas lists.

A plague sweeping television—at least as far the Culture and Media Institute is concerned—is TV content that pushes the boundaries, and HBO’s mockumentary series “Angry Boys” is pushing the conservative organization to its limits. A sketch from the comedy program depicted a young girl sucking through a bright pink, penis-shaped cup, an act that the right wing group likens to “child pornography.”

Meanwhile, fans of more tasteful entertainment will probably feel at home at Paris’ famed Louvre museum—despite the many Baroque nudes and risqué pieces—which is now offering tours guided by way of a Nintendo 3DS console.

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