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Microsoft Defends Claria Adware Changes (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft issues an open letter to customers explaining why it changed how its anti-spyware software handles adware from Claria, a pervasive brand of adware.

Microsoft courts smaller businesses (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. is making a major push this weekend to sell more software and services to companies that have less than 250 employees as the world's largest software maker faces slower revenue growth.

Microsoft Reveals New Longhorn, Office 12 Features (Ziff Davis)
Ziff Davis - Microsoft is peeling back the covers, a bit at a time, on new features and functionality due in the 2006 releases of its flagship products.

Microsoft Draws Criticism For Changing AntiSpyware Definitions (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft quietly changed how its for-free AntiSpyware program handles a pervasive form of adware, a move that has drawn criticism because of recent reports that Microsoft is interested in buying adware-maker Claria.

Microsoft Develops Own RFID Framework (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Playing catch-up to rivals Sun Microsystems and IBM, Microsoft is developing its own RFID framework that it plans to deliver during the first half of 2006.

Microsoft rewards Sasser worm informants (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. will pay a combined $250,000 to two people who helped track down the author of the Sasser Internet worm, which infected computers around the globe, the world's largest software maker said on Friday.

EU court transfers Microsoft case to judge panel (Reuters)
Reuters - The European Union's second highest court has taken the Microsoft antitrust case away from the judge to whom it was originally assigned and given it to a panel of 13 judges, a court official said on Friday.

Microsoft Fleshes Out Data Protection Details (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Data Protection Manager is a new application aimed at moving customers away from tape and toward disk-based backups.

Microsoft Ready To Take On Symantec, Veritas in Backup and Recovery (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Just days after Symantec officially absorbed Veritas, the largest independent supplier of backup and recovery software, Microsoft is going after the newly merged company's bread and butter.

Microsoft Readies Disk-Based Recovery System (PC World)
PC World - Software giant will release its data backup and recovery system later this year.

Google Wins 'Typosquatting' Dispute (AP)
AP - An Internet arbitrator has awarded Google Inc. the rights to several Web site addresses that relied on typographical errors to exploit the online search engine's popularity so computer viruses and other malicious software could be unleashed on unsuspecting visitors.

Military's Energy-Beam Weapons Delayed (AP)
AP - For years, the U.S. military has explored a new kind of firepower that is instantaneous, precise and virtually inexhaustible: beams of electromagnetic energy. "Directed-energy" pulses can be throttled up or down depending on the situation, much like the phasers on "Star Trek" could be set to kill or merely stun.

Panama Gets Software to Assess Students (AP)
AP - A research institute is taking software designed in part to preserve scientists' knowledge and giving it to schools around the world as a tool to help children learn.

USC: Hacker May Have Read Applicant Files (AP)
AP - Officials of the University of Southern California said they will contact everyone who used the school's online application system in the past eight years to warn them that a hacker may have been able to read their files.

Sasser Worm Creator's Sentence Suspended (AP)
AP - The teen creator of the "Sasser" Internet worm, which caused millions of dollars in damage worldwide, won't be going to jail despite his conviction Friday on charges including computer sabotage.

Bloggers Learn Price of Telling Too Much (AP)
AP - Blogs are everywhere — increasingly, the place where young people go to bare their souls, to vent, to gossip. And often they do so with unabashed fervor and little self-editing, posting their innermost thoughts for any number of Web surfers to see.

Group Blasts Video Game Over Sex Content (AP)
AP - A media watchdog group has denounced the maker of the hugely popular video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" over graphic sexual content that allegedly exists in the game and can be unlocked with an Internet download.

Net, Wi-Fi, And Now Phone Biz (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Sky Dayton's gut instincts have proved right twice -- first with Internet service provider EarthLink, and then with Wi-Fi wireless Internet technology.

Apache faces Web services security spec roadblock (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Apache officials hope to iron out licensing issues with Microsoft and IBM pertaining to the WS-Security specification, so that Apache can add the technology to its open source Axis SOAP stack.

Microsoft Defends Claria Adware Changes (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft issues an open letter to customers explaining why it changed how its anti-spyware software handles adware from Claria, a pervasive brand of adware.

Google Wins 'Typosquatting' Dispute (AP)
AP - An Internet arbitrator has awarded Google Inc. the rights to several Web site addresses that relied on typographical errors to exploit the online search engine's popularity so computer viruses and other malicious software could be unleashed on unsuspecting visitors.

Bloggers Learn Price of Telling Too Much (AP)
AP - Blogs are everywhere — increasingly, the place where young people go to bare their souls, to vent, to gossip. And often they do so with unabashed fervor and little self-editing, posting their innermost thoughts for any number of Web surfers to see.

Group Blasts Video Game Over Sex Content (AP)
AP - A media watchdog group has denounced the maker of the hugely popular video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" over graphic sexual content that allegedly exists in the game and can be unlocked with an Internet download.

USC: Hacker May Have Read Applicant Files (AP)
AP - Officials of the University of Southern California said they will contact everyone who used the school's online application system in the past eight years to warn them that a hacker may have been able to read their files.

Google facing search engine China quandary (SiliconValley.com)
SiliconValley.com - Google has long wanted to expand in China. And the question of its Chinese strategy is now becoming more urgent, as one of China's leading search engines, Baidu, gets ready to go public.

Media Honchos Consider Online Strategies (AP)
AP - As they work to come to grips with the Internet, entertainment moguls have a very clear goal: don't let what happened to the music industry happen to the rest of the entertainment industry.

Sasser Worm Creator's Sentence Suspended (AP)
AP - The teen creator of the "Sasser" Internet worm, which caused millions of dollars in damage worldwide, won't be going to jail despite his conviction Friday on charges including computer sabotage.

German Teen Avoids Jail Time For Sasser Worm (washingtonpost.com)
washingtonpost.com - A German teenager was convicted yesterday of authoring the so-called Sasser computer worm that attacked Internet users around the world last year, but he avoided jail time because of his age.

Sony/BMG reaches licensing deal with iMesh network (Reuters)
Reuters - Music giant Sony/BMG has reached a licensing agreement with file-swapping service iMesh, one of the first such tie-ups since a U.S. Supreme Court decision clamping down on online copyright infringement.

U.S. Broadband Grows By 34 Percent (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The move by Americans to broadband Internet access accelerated in the second half of last year, the Federal Communications Commission said in its twice-annual report on the state of high-speed connections.

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