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EFF (thanks Jean C.)

The Washington Post reports that Senators Feinstein (D-Cal.) and Graham (R-S.C.) have introduced S. 2644, the PERFORM Act, punishing satellite radio for offering its subscribers devices capable of recording off the air. Buried in the bill, however

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PC World

The U.S. Department of Justice will push for new legislation that requires all commercial Web sites to label every page that includes adult material in an effort to protect Web surfers from pornography, the agency announced.

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www.dailytimes.com.pk

Google Inc, the top online search engine, is unveiling a calendar service that allows users to store appointments online, receive reminders about them and share those plans with others.

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Agence France Presse

A British man who allegedly crippled US defence systems in the "biggest military computer hack of all time" could be sent to Guantanamo Bay if he is extradited, his lawyer argued. Washington wanted "administrative revenge" on his

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By Declan McCullagh and Anne Broache

Did you buy anything through the Internet last year without paying sales tax at the time? If you did, state tax collectors warn that you'd better say so by April 17 and write a check--or else.

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Associated Press

In Atlanta, an online ad offers a room in exchange for "sex and light office duty." In Los Angeles, a one-bedroom pool house is free "to a girl that is skilled and willing." And in New York City, a $700-a-month room is available a

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Associated Press

A U.S. maker of network management systems said Wednesday it had received an order from Shanghai Telecom Co. for a system that can detect and block telephone calls placed over the Internet. Plans to block "unauthorized" Internet calls that

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PC World

Chinese Internet censors take more than a week to identify and block access to sites that allow Internet users to circumvent their controls, according to Anonymizer. That's good news for Anonymizer, which introduced Operation: Anti-Censorship sof

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PC Magazine

Lawmakers charged with overseeing telecommunications are poised to vote on the most controversial legislative measure in telecom: network neutrality. Determine whether the Internet remains accessible to content providers on a non-discriminatory basis

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USA Today

Every keystroke and website - however innocent - are recorded. Fed into a nationwide surveillance system used to block thousands of websites and track down anyone posting material that offends government authorities.

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Sunday Herald

Imagine a world where wars are fought over the internet; where TV broadcasts and newspaper reports are designed by the military to confuse the population; and where a foreign armed power can shut down your computer, phone, radio or TV at will. In

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Business Week

Sending video clips around by e-mail was a bust: The e-mails kept getting rejected because they were so big. Posting the videos online was a headache. So last February 2 buddies got to work in a garage, determined to design something simpler.

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Associated Press

The Washington state Supreme Court ruled a trial judge overreached his authority when he restricted a man from posting information on a Web site. Paul Trummel was jailed for more than 3 months in his free-speech standoff with the judge over the Web s

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Information Week

The Justice Department is demanding internal files from dozens of Internet service providers and other technology firms as it seeks to defend a controversial Internet child protection law. "That money could be spent so much more wisely on giving

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Reuters

US House Republicans offered legislation aimed at easing the path for telephone carriers like AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications to enter the subscription television business. The companies have complained that it would take them years to obtain th

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TechWeb

David M. Kauchak pleaded guilty in Winnebago County to remotely accessing someone else's computer system without permission. A police officer arrested Kauchak after spotting him sitting in a parked car with a computer. A chat with the suspect led

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USA Today

High-speed Internet access and the spread of sophisticated wireless devices, combined with savvy marketers and self-promoters have redefined how, where and when millions get their laughs. Comedy is being propelled to the same kind of transformation t

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Associated Press

[http://finance.google.com/finance] The finance section Google Inc. continues a philosophical shift that's turning its once-pure Internet search engine into an all-purpose Web site interested in getting people to stick around instead of sending

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IDG News Service

Microsoft unveiled a global initiative to crack down on cybercriminals who engage in phishing. The company will set in motion more than 100 legal actions against phishers in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa by the end of June.

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Reuters

Attorney General Gonzales had subpoenaed Google to turn over data the government wanted from the company as part of the Bush Administration's attempt to defend a federal law on Internet child pornography. "You have to disclose what your robo

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The Sydney Morning Herald

A spoof John Howard website that featured a soul searching "apology" speech for the Iraq war has been shut down under orders from the Australian Government. "Mystified" to discover his satirical website johnhowardpm.org had been b

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