Friday, August 26, 2005

A Perfect Storm of Infringement

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Feds Bust Spam Porn Operation
[August 26, 2005] Department of Justice scores first indictments and a conviction for spamming obscene, unsolicited e-mail.

Still Clamoring For The Unix Lead
[August 26, 2005] Sun holds top UNIX spot in terms of revenue and shipments but IBM is growing faster and claims it's the reason for Unix's continued growth, according to Gartner's data.

FCC Extends VoIP E911 Notice Deadline
[August 26, 2005] Providers now have until end of September to collect customer acknowledgements of emergency calling limitations.

IBM Joins Continuous Data Protection Circuit
[August 26, 2005] Big Blue writes an application to help corporate employees work remotely without fear of losing data.

Another Tool For Phishing Fights
[August 26, 2005] Microsoft adds another solution to security wrinkles.

Next-Gen Gaming Chip Not Just For Fun
[August 26, 2005] IBM, Sony and Toshiba are releasing specs on The Cell to show that it's not just about gaming consoles.

Hunting Down Spyware
[August 26, 2005] Tenebril says its SpyCatcher Enterprise blocks the most spyware.

IDC: IBM Still Drives Steady Server Market
[August 26, 2005] IBM continues to prop up a server market buoyed by strong volume and midrange machine sales.

A Perfect Storm of Infringement
[August 26, 2005] Adult publisher Perfect 10 says Google built its massive business on sex and stolen content.

Same Broadband Numbers, Different Conclusion
[August 26, 2005] Consumer advocates claim the FCC is misleading public about pace of broadband rollout -- and DSL and cable modem users are paying more because of it.

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