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YouTube monetization chief departs

Shashi Seth, who had led the effort to make money from Google's popular video-sharing site, has left the company.

By June 3, 2008


Missing State Department laptops turn up

Congressional Quarterly reports that hundreds of laptops used by State Department employees were unaccounted for.

By May 7, 2008


MSN executive departs for online ad agency

Corporate VP Joanne Bradford, who has run MSN's ad business for years, leaves for LA-based Spot Runner.

By March 13, 2008


EFF sues Justice Department over Google privacy hire

Foundation seeks communications that department's "top privacy lawyer had with Google before leaving her government position to join the company."

By February 28, 2008


Open-source Software and the US Department of Defense: Webinar worth attending

Still confused as to what open source means? Listen in.

By January 28, 2008


State Department to ease access to passport data

Changes to the system of records notice, or SORN, could soon release personal data to third parties.

By January 10, 2008


Open source in the US Department of Defense: the Opticks story

The US DOD increasingly relies on open source. Opticks is just the latest example.

By December 11, 2007


Justice Department sides with RIAA against Jammie Thomas

Bush administration is defending as perfectly constitutional the $222,000 in penalties she must pay for sharing 24 songs.

By December 5, 2007


Gadget blog and upscale NYC department store--a match made in heaven?

The women's luxury department store Henri Bendel has opened a temporary boutique of gadgets selected by bloggers from Popgadget.net.

By November 20, 2007


U.S. Department of Defense announces open-source conference

Just when you think open source can't be any more mainstream. Enter the U.S. Department of Defense's Open IT Conference.

By November 13, 2007