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2600's Response to the DeCSS Decision

Author: JT Smith 2600 responds to the court decision regarding its distribution of links to DeCSS code.
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The Brit and the Big Boy

Author: JT Smith There is an author in my family. Yes, Tom Yates the eminent co-author (with Wes Sonnenreich) of Building Linux and OpenBSD Firewalls fame is my brother's wife's sister's husband. "So you see," I tell my mother as she signs...
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MP3 site blames AOL for legal problems

Author: JT Smith MP3Board.com, a small MP3 search site being sued by the record industry for allegedly helping to spread copyed songs online, is spreading the blame to America Online, according to a story on CNEt. The company is asking that a judge declare its searches of the free-ranging Gnutella...
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Opinion: Intel would be silly to copy Napster

Author: JT Smith The rumor is Intel is about to share its file-sharing vision, based on Napster. eWeek's John Taschek says that'd be a silly idea. Category: Open Source
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Embedded Linux making great strides

Author: JT Smith Linuxdevices.com takes a look at how far embedded Linux has come in the past year, with information from the just-past Linux World. Category: Linux
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TrollTech 'vilified' by Free Software community

Author: JT Smith From a LinuxPlanet interview with TrollTech CEO Haavard Nord: TrollTech has been vilified by the Free Software community -- i.e., the Free Software Foundation and later the Debian organizers -- for not releasing Qt initially under the GPL....
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Opinion: Taking on Microsoft at the desktop

Author: JT Smith From an OSopinion column by Tom Adelstein: "Can we trust corporations who have made questionable or inferior technological decisions in the past to make better technological decisions in the future? Or will the sway and...
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Scour.net founder: We're no Napster

Author: JT Smith Scour.net founder Dan Rodrigues defends his search engine against claims by the Recording Industry Association of America and the Motion Picture Association of America, who say his service is essentially the same thing as other file-sharing Web sites, according to a Salon.com story...
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How should NewsForge change?

Author: JT Smith - by Robin "Roblimo" Miller - NewsForge, like all decent Web sites, gets updated periodically. We're getting ready to do our next update, and would like to hear your ideas on what changes we should make. You can either post your suggestions here or email them to editors@newsforge....
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Compaq delivers expanded Linux server and desktop solutions

Author: JT Smith Linux PR reports, Compaq Computer Corporation today announced new Linux products and partner-based offerings that will enable its Linux customers to achieve new levels of enterprise availability, scalability and management.
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