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Jail for 'Robin Hoods' who cost Microsoft millions (Reuters)
Reuters - Four Britons were jailed on Friday for being part of a global gang described as "Robin Hoods" who stole expensive software from rich companies and gave it away for free over the Internet.

Microsoft Will Back Gay Rights Legislation (AP)
AP - After being criticized for quietly dropping support for a state gay rights bill, Microsoft Corp. chief executive Steve Ballmer told employees Friday that management would publicly back such legislation in the future.

Big media companies weigh blog strategies (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet blog Engadget created a stir among digital game lovers when it wrote that Microsoft Corp will give away thousands of its new Xbox video game consoles in a promotion with soda maker PepsiCo <PEP.N.

Microsoft Revamps Security Hole Approach (PC World)
PC World - Timely advisories to monthly Security Bulletins now in pilot program.

Microsoft Gives Pirates Free XP Or Price Break (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft made changes to its Windows Genuine Advantage anti-piracy program this week, and dangled the carrot of a legit free or reduced-priced copy of Windows to those using a bogus operating system.

Microsoft Brings 64-Bit Perks in SQL Server 2000 Service Pack (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Redmond's database upgrade adds support for some 64-bit computing benefits and addresses security and performance issues.

Microsoft Readies First of a New Family of Education Products (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft Student 2006, slated to go to beta next week, aims to expand on the Encarta product with a bundle of new resource add-ons.

Microsoft Reverses Position, Vows To Support Anti-Discrimination Legislation (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Reversing a position that had brought it under fire from gay and lesbian groups as well as a number of its own employees, Microsoft on Friday said it would support Washington state anti-discrimination legislation.

Microsoft's Patch Day Forecast: Sunny, Chance Of Showers (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Next Tuesday will be a breeze, Microsoft promised Thursday as it gave its usual advance notice for its scheduled monthly security bulletins and accompanying patches.

Meet the Head of Microsoft's Linux Lab (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Bill Hilf is the techie behind Microsoft's Linux listening post. He also is a key player in Microsoft's evolving strategy to reach out to the open-source community.

For Some Techies, an Interminable Workday (AP)
AP - The traffic jam ended hours ago, the parking lot is nearly empty and fluorescent lights are dimmed at PortalPlayer Inc., where the nightly brainstorming session is about to begin.

Will Spyware Be Spitzer's Next Big Thing? (AP)
AP - The windowless, cluttered 10-by-15-foot storeroom on the third floor of a Manhattan government building seems an unlikely setting for Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's next big thing. But purveyors of spyware and adware and even the major companies that advertise in the surreptitious downloads fear exactly that from the Democrat dubbed the "Sheriff of Wall Street."

Computers Now Grading Students' Writing (AP)
AP - Student essays always seem to be riddled with the same sorts of flaws. So sociology professor Ed Brent decided to hand the work off &#151; to a computer.

Craigslist.org Founder Eyes Journalism (AP)
AP - The number of people who use Craigslist.org is expanding at more than 100 percent per year &#151; a growth rate any venture capitalist would covet. But the people who run the 10-year-old community Web site, which gets 8 million unique users and more than 2 billion page views per month, seem to have little interest in exploiting new sources of revenue, going public or even adding to their 18-person staff.

Court Strikes Down TV Anti-Piracy Rules (AP)
AP - People buying the next generation of digital televisions will be able to record and then watch their favorite shows without any interference from Hollywood. A federal appeals court on Friday threw out government rules requiring built-in, anti-piracy technology to let broadcasters and studios prevent digital shows from being copied and being shown on other TVs, computers and video players.

Singaporean shuts blog after libel threat (Reuters)
Reuters - A Singapore student said on Monday he has shut down his blog and apologized unreservedly after a government agency threatened to sue for defamation. Chen Jiahao, a 23-year-old graduate student in the United States, told Reuters he closed down his personal Web site after A*STAR, a Singapore government agency focusing on science and research, threatened legal action for what the agency said were untrue and serious accusations.

Look who's talking: Gadget promises to translate baby babbling (AFP)
AFP - The cryptic cries, grins and gurgles of babies that leave parents dumbfounded could soon be deciphered, if the wonders of modern technology are to be trusted.

Nokia antes up new wireless player (Reuters)
Reuters - Nokia AB, the world's leading mobile phone manufacturer, has introduced what is by far the most advanced combination of wireless phone and MP3 player, upping the ante for devices hoping to compete against Apple Computer's iPod.

64-Bit Linux Is Already Here (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Opinion: While 64-bit Windows is taking its first baby steps, 64-bit Linux has been running in the enterprise for years. To which would you rather entrust your business?

Jail for 'Robin Hoods' who cost Microsoft millions (Reuters)
Reuters - Four Britons were jailed on Friday for being part of a global gang described as "Robin Hoods" who stole expensive software from rich companies and gave it away for free over the Internet.

Singaporean shuts blog after libel threat (Reuters)
Reuters - A Singapore student said on Monday he has shut down his blog and apologized unreservedly after a government agency threatened to sue for defamation. Chen Jiahao, a 23-year-old graduate student in the United States, told Reuters he closed down his personal Web site after A*STAR, a Singapore government agency focusing on science and research, threatened legal action for what the agency said were untrue and serious accusations.

Vonage says sees no pressure from cable telephony (Reuters)
Reuters - Internet telephone company Vonage Holdings Corp. on Monday said it had reached 650,000 lines and had seen no pressure so far from cable companies launching their own telephone services.

Dave Matthews Band Performing on Web Cast (AP)
AP - The Dave Matthews Band is celebrating the release of their latest album, "Stand Up," by performing a concert that will be broadcast live on the Web by AOL.

Google yanks two political ads attacking Reps. Pelosi and DeLay (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - A complaint this week by a conservative advocacy group over a political attack ad it tried to place on Google's Web site has again raised questions about the company's restrictive advertising policies and whether it can effectively police them.

Bloggers' Conference Emphasizes Reporting (AP)
AP - Bloggers &#151; those Internet-based writers without rules &#151; are fighting back against criticism that their work is unreliable, libelous or just poorly done. More than 300 bloggers came to town Friday for a two-day conference that was heavy on teaching techniques used by journalists in what bloggers term "the mainstream media." One class taught students how to access and analyze government statistics.

Craigslist.org Founder Eyes Journalism (AP)
AP - The number of people who use Craigslist.org is expanding at more than 100 percent per year &#151; a growth rate any venture capitalist would covet. But the people who run the 10-year-old community Web site, which gets 8 million unique users and more than 2 billion page views per month, seem to have little interest in exploiting new sources of revenue, going public or even adding to their 18-person staff.

Jail for 'Robin Hoods' who cost Microsoft millions (Reuters)
Reuters - Four Britons were jailed on Friday for being part of a global gang described as "Robin Hoods" who stole expensive software from rich companies and gave it away for free over the Internet.

Anti-Piracy 'Flag' Was Never Popular (AP)
AP - The consumer technology industry never embraced the "broadcast flag." The idea of embedding computer code in video to prevent it from getting loose on the Internet wouldn't just frustrate consumers but also stifle innovation and drive up costs, many in the tech industry say. And that's presuming the scheme is technically feasible.

Despite Problems, 'N.Y. Post' Says It Will Stick with Online Registration Plan (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The New York Post began requiring registration to access its Web site Tuesday morning, causing server overloads, frustration for its online readers, and some mockery from its bitter crosstown rival, the Daily News.

Appeals court tosses FCC's broadcast flag rule (Reuters)
Reuters - A U.S. appeals court on Friday struck down a Federal Communications Commission rule designed to limit people from sending copies of digital television programs over the Internet.

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