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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.
Chat rooms could face expulsion July 27, 2006 The House overwhelmingly OKs a bill that could shut MySpace, Amazon and other Web giants out of schools and libraries.
Going back to school on security February 13, 2008 Internet attorney Eric J. Sinrod finds that educational institutions have been anything but smart about preventing security breaches.
Anti-P2P college bill advances in House November 15, 2007 Measure would require schools receiving financial aid to devise "deterrents" to illegal file sharing, but it's unclear what will happen if they don't.
India's Kerala state goes open source June 29, 2007 Meanwhile, a nearby state that embarked on a plan in January to put Linux in government offices, schools and villages is making progress.
Florida judge gets tough on 'Bully' October 13, 2006 Game maker Take-Two faces a court review of the prerelease game to see if it violates public nuisance laws. Images: 'Bully' in action
Brazil: Digital inclusion, but how? August 27, 2008 While hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on digital inclusion projects in Latin America, many of the programs start and end with the technology.
Fast Times at Web 2.0 High September 27, 2007 Spotplex CEO Doyon Kim writes that the Internet in-crowd is taking people back to high school, where the "cool kids" drown out the silent majority.
Summer's here, the Web surfing's fine June 13, 2007 With vacation starting, some parents are grappling with the scourge of kids shunning the great outdoors for video games and the Net.Raising safe and smart Internet citizens
America's tech moment of truth June 21, 2007 Foreign nations are recruiting the country's best companies and universities to go overseas. Can they be won back?
At USC, developing game coders May 11, 2007 University takes advantage of top-ranked engineering and film schools to build one of States' most complete video game institutes.Photos: Piping out game talent
Is $100 laptop project flawed? June 20, 2006 Computer Aid director says One Laptop Per Child project is based on a "misunderstanding of the history of tech."
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