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MP3Board stretching law with suit

Author: JT Smith MP3Board is testing the limits of the law with its suit against AOL-Time Warner, says NewsBytes.
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The Foundation

Author: JT Smith By: Jack BryarThe Foundation The Foundation While last week's Linux World convention produced lots of news, nothing, not even a keynote address by long-time Microsoft ally Michael Dell, produced anything...
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Of flea markets and file swapping

Author: JT Smith From Salon: Could the Napster case turn on a little-known copyright ruling involving swap meets?
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Australian IT: Olympics guard against crackers

Author: JT Smith A crack team of computer experts would be working around the clock at next month's Olympics to counter a new type of attack. From TechNewsWorld.com. Category: Linux
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UK police arrest three after Net bank raid

Author: JT Smith ZDNet UK reports that British police have arrested three men suspected of having mounted a robbery in cyberspace of a UK Internet bank, stealing many thousands of pounds in what is thought to be a new tactic for organised crime. Category: Linux
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Third world countries should get online

Author: JT Smith Nations comprising more than three-quarters of the world's population are in danger of alienating high-tech investment and passing up the economic and societal benefits that can be gained through connecting citizens to the...
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AOL, Time Warner suit a stretch, admits MP3Board lawyer

Author: JT Smith MP3Board.com filed a so-called third-party complaint against AOL and Time Warner in New York's Southern District US Court late Monday as part of an ongoing dispute between MP3Board, the Recording Industry Association of America...
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FTC's Swindle: Freedom at core of privacy fears

Author: JT Smith Newsbytes.com reports hat Federal Trade Commissioner Orson Swindle believes freedom is a big part of the Internet privacy issue. Swindle may have used freedom to begin his talk on Net privacy issues because he knows what it's...
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Taiwan chip manufacturer weathers typhoon

Author: JT Smith Seventy percent of ASE staff remained on duty as Taiwan's biggest typhoon of the year passed through earlier today. From Newsbytes.com. Category: Unix
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Domain name reflection

Author: JT Smith With plans to step down in November, outgoing ICANN chair Dyson recaps difficult early days of organization, reports IDG.net.
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