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Kim Kardashian, wife, is most liked Instagram ever

Inevitably, an image of the event of the century, the Kim and Kanye wedding, has elicited 1.92 million likes on Instagram. You need this explained?

By May 29, 2014

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New and Noteworthy: Without Groupware, Apple Loses Credibility; Daystar offers 1.92 GHz PowerBook G4 upgrades; more

New and Noteworthy: Without Groupware, Apple Loses Credibility; Daystar offers 1.92 GHz PowerBook G4 upgrades; more

By November 18, 2005

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Court orders Jammie Thomas to pay RIAA $1.92 million

Jury says defendant must pay $80,000 for each of the 24 songs she was ultimately found guilty of illegally sharing.

By June 18, 2009

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Utilities Updates: CoolBook 2.1; ScreenRecycler 0.92; NeoOffice 2.1; AirTrafficControl 2.0.1b400; more

Utilities Updates: CoolBook 2.1; ScreenRecycler 0.92; NeoOffice 2.1; AirTrafficControl 2.0.1b400; more

By March 26, 2007

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Utilities Updates: sterMachine 2.3.0b; iStumbler 92; Web Dumper 2.2.3; MainMenu 0.2.1; more

Utilities Updates: sterMachine 2.3.0b; iStumbler 92; Web Dumper 2.2.3; MainMenu 0.2.1; more

By March 21, 2005

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Mac OS 9.2.1 is out!; 9.2.x Forum is open

Mac OS 9.2.1 is out!; 9.2.x Forum is open

By August 21, 2001

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OS X Odds & Ends: TechTool Pro advice; Display card triggers kernel panic; OS 9.2 and OS 10.1 due at the Expo?; more

OS X Odds & Ends: TechTool Pro advice; Display card triggers kernel panic; OS 9.2 and OS 10.1 due at the Expo?; more

By July 3, 2001

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Justice Department defends massive file-swapping fine

In move that echoes Bush administration arguments, Obama Justice Department says Jammie Thomas' $1.92 million fine for infringement of 24 songs is constitutional.

By August 14, 2009

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Jammie Thomas asks for new trial

Lawyers for the Minnesota woman ordered last month to pay $1.92 million in damages for the illegal sharing of 24 copyrighted songs say judgment is "grossly excessive."

By July 6, 2009

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Bankruptcy could protect Jammie Thomas

Appeals decision could require the music industry, which she owes $1.92 million, to prove malicious intent in bankruptcy court. That would be tough, say attorneys.

By June 19, 2009