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Corel's interim CEO wants the job permanently

Author: JT Smith From an eWeek story: The new interim president and CEO of Corel Corp. confirmed he is a candidate for the permanent, full-time post. "It's up to the board," acknowledged Derek Burney. "I'm ignoring the 'interim' title." A board committee has been appointed to conduct a search for a...
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Unix competitors unite on OSDN

Author: JT Smith LinuxWorld this week saw the convening of bitter Unix competitors, such as Sun Microsystems, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer around a common user interface, Gnome or Gnu Network Object Modeling Environment. Now the same vendors are united in supporting the Open Source...
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Hispanic Linux site joins forces with business site

Author: JT Smith Hispanic America's most popular Linux news site, LinuxPreview.org, has joined forces with LinuxAlianza.com, the business-oriented multi-site for Linux in Latin America. Linux Preview has traditionally covered science, technology, and general Linux news while Linux Alliance is...
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LinuxWorld: A postscript

Author: JT Smith Linuxlookup reviews the just-completed LinuxWorld Expo in San Jose. Linux Journal also weighs in. Category: Linux
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European patent war pending

Author: JT Smith By Tony Granata News EditorA heated debate is coming to a head across the pond concerning the future of software patents. Currently, software patents without industrial application are prohibited in Europe under the laws of the Munich Convention.However, due to several factors,...
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New security update for Zope

Author: JT Smith LWN.com publishes a security update for Zope. Category: Linux
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Privacy group wants speedier Carnivore disclosure

Author: JT Smith The Electronic Privacy Information Center has asked a federal court on to order the FBI to speed up its release of information about the Carnivore e-mail surveillance system so it can be completed by Dec. 1, according to TechWeb.
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Napster prepares written defense

Author: JT Smith The music-sharing service is close to filing a written defense in its copyright court battle, the BBC reports. Reuters says Napster filed the new brief late Friday. In a related story, Red Herring reports that musicians suing Napster are considering going after the deep-pocketed...
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Sair Linux partners with Global Linux Network in Korea

Author: JT Smith Global Linux Network of Seoul has signed a letter of intent with Sair Linux to become a master distributor of Sair Linux and GNU Certification training and testing materials for the Korean market, notes PRNewsWire.
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Guardian Digital Introduces Linux Lockbox turnkey server

Author: JT Smith Guardian Digital Introduces The Linux Lockbox Secure E-Business Solution Guardian Digital, an Open Source security solutions company, announced the availability of the Linux Lockbox, a secure turnkey e-business server. With the release of the Linux Lockbox, Guardian Digital has...
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