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French court takes aim at Yahoo

Author: JT Smith Auction site containing Nazi paraphernalia in violation of country's law. Category: Linux
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MS and anti-trust: now it's India's turn

Author: JT Smith India has joined in the Microsoft anti-trust trialfest, with the country's regulator accusing the software giant of unfair trade practices. Category: Linux
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AOL pulls musical search engine USED THURSDAY

Author: JT Smith AOL has pulled its digital music search engine, as it cannot reliably distinguish between legal and illegal MP3s, the company said.
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Fostering The Linux Spirit DUPLICATE

Author: JT Smith Software-development company Bascom Global Internet Services is sponsoring the Open Source Equipment Exchange, a clearinghouse for the free exchange of used computer parts.
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Friday<br>Penguin Hardware Review

Author: JT Smith By: Jeff FieldPentium III-933 ReviewBattle of the Behemoths Over the past year, we have watched CPU speed announcements coming at a regular basis from chip-makers AMD and Intel. AMD, who is having a good year in both sales and production, has announced 1.0 GHz CPUs, while Intel has...
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'Know how' and experience perfectly combined

Author: JT Smith The Schumann Management Consultancy AG and ID-PRO AG have announced a promising co-operative venture to allow for the full implementation of GNU/Linux applications on the S/390 platform. Category: Linux
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Software Spies Suck, Says Suck

Author: JT Smith An inside look at the double-dealing ways of software titans and their toadylike minions, brought to you by one of the oldest satirical publications on the WWW. Category: Management
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India withdraws statement against Microsoft arm

Author: JT Smith ``The handout titled 'Microsoft Corporation (India) faces charges of Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practices' issued earlier today is hereby withdrawn and canceled,'' the Press Information Bureau said in a statement. Category: Linux
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FTC Begins Case Against AOL

Author: JT Smith The Federal Trade Commission has begun the process of collecting private depositions into the AOL-Time Warner-EMI merger, which could spell trouble for the proposed mega-merger. Reported by user Silent Bob. Category: Open Source
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GAO Again Reports EPA Computers Open To Hackers

Author: JT Smith A Wall Street Journal report said investigators from the General Accounting Office, the investigative arm of Congress, said in an unusually blunt assessment slated for release today, that potential EPA-targeted hacker activities, "threaten its operations and data."
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