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This Time Viacom Is Accused of Violating Copyright
Google Takes on Supercomputing
The Father of Modern Spam SpeaksCRLF
What Does CBS Want with Last.Fm?
Dispute Exposes Bitter Power Struggle Behind Web Logs
Richard Shim
Searching For the Personal Touch
Google Ads a Threat to eBay Trademark?
World Squirms as Sobig Returns
Free ride over for VoIP?
DVD-copying Code Loses Free Speech Shield
Patent battle to culminate in Brussels
Colleges Making Dent in Campus P2P
iTunes Auction Treads Murky Legal Ground
eBay Mutes iTunes Song Auction
Blogger Bucks Premium-Services Trend
IE Patent Endgame Detailed
Why VoIP is Music to Kazaa's Ear
Web Group Opposes ISO Fee Plan
Yahoo IM Update Shuts Out Third Parties
EU Software Patent Plan Gets Thumbs Up
Brains Can Have Wireless Upgrades: Scientist
Report Slams Web Personalization
Traffic Overwhelms New Online Science Journal
Cyberpiracy North of the Border
Is Tech Industry a Savior or Danger to Education?
Mystery Patch Blots Microsoft's Fix-Free Month
Microsoft Balances Patents, Standards
VeriSign Works to ID Kid Surfers
Microsoft pushes for single global patent system
XML Guru Joins Sun Software
Novell Sets Sights on 'Complete Linux Desktop'
Microsoft, America Online to Play MLB Games
Want Some Springsteen With That Big Mac?
Real's Glaser exhorts Apple to open iPod
Microsoft's iPod killer?
Blogs Put Developers in Microsoft 'Cockpit'
Is Google the Future of E-mail?
Yahoo Sets up Standard to Combat Spam
Swap Blockers Graduate to High Schools
Australian Government to Offer Guide to Open-Source
Tech, Hollywood Heavyweights Create Content Coalition
College Backs Off Wi-Fi Ban
Kodak wins Java patent suit
BBC Reveals Open-source Video Technology
Cendant Sues Amazon Over Book Recommendations
Bill Gates is Coming to Your Living Room, Whether You Like It or Not
IBM Backs Open-source Web Software
Duke Puts Restrictions on Free iPod Program
Teachers Leave Grading up to the Computer
FAQ: Wi-Fi Alphabet Soup
Microsoft launches 64-bit Windows
Hollywood Creates Boy Scout Merit Badge on Copyright
Web 2.0: Big App On Campus
A Virtual World With Peer-to-Peer Style
Korea Brings Homegrown Open Source to Schools
AOL Launches Video Search Service
Court Deals Blow to Dating-Service Spammer
Publishers Loosen Rules on E-textbooks
Companies Dinged on Web Privacy
Google Extends Book Scanning Operation
Microsoft Seeks Patent Covering Web feed Readers
Mystery Donor Gives Stanford Free Yahoo Music
Critical Windows Patch May Wreak PC Havoc
Brazil's Minister of Culture Calls for Free Digital Society
Reuters Video to Get Mass Distribution
Flipboard becomes prominent Google+ partner
DRM: Media Companies' Next Flop?
Is $100 Laptop Project Flawed?
AOL's Disturbing Glimpse Into Users' Lives
RIAA Copyright Education Contradictory, Critics Say
Visa Halts its Service for allofmp3.com
Futurist: To Fix Education, Think Web 2.0
eBay Bans Auctions of Virtual Goods
Universities Register for Virtual Future
Nigerian Students Power Up Their Laptops
EFF: Yahoo Music Should Compensate Customers
Dell Unlikely to Get Trademark for Cloud Computing
OpenSocial Opens New Can of Worms
Wolfram education apps raise teaching dilemma
Dropbox to kill off public folders?
Udacity snags $15M to continue its assault on higher education

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