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Studios, RIAA target student piracy April 27, 2006 Organizations send letters to 40 universities, urgently asking them to curtail illegal file sharing on their school networks.
Comcast, BitTorrent bury the hatchet March 28, 2008 After months of sparring, the companies say they've found common ground--and maybe even a way to make both ISPs and file sharers happy.
RIAA verdict playback October 8, 2007 A Thursday verdict requiring a Minnesota woman to pay $220,000 to the RIAA gets mixed reactions from public and politicos.
It's about piracy, not privacy July 24, 2007 IP attorney Nancy Prager says legal niceties can't disguise the blunt facts about illegally transferring creative content over the Net.
Apple fixes 26 Mac OS flaws August 2, 2006 Some of the vulnerabilities are serious and could be used in malicious attacks to commandeer Macs.
Week in review: Social media open for business March 28, 2008 The formation of a group to promote universal standards for social-network apps stood out amid a slew of headlines this week about companies merging, collaborating, or restructuring.(By CNET News.c...
Harnessing the power of P2P January 24, 2008 It may have gotten a bad rap, but peer-to-peer technology is increasingly used as a legitimate distribution tool for high-bandwidth applications like video.
Week in review: Download dilemma October 12, 2007 File sharing is getting public airtime again, while politicians wrestle with other tech issues. Also: Sprint turmoil may kill WiMax.
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