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Microsoft Receives $7M in Spam Settlement (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. has won a $7 million settlement from a man once billed as one of the world's most prolific spammers.

Spammer to pay Microsoft millions in court settlement (AFP)
AFP - A purported super-spammer and his insurance company have agreed to pay computer software giant Microsoft seven million dollars to resolve a pending civil suit, the man's lawyer said.

Microsoft Trying to Fix Security Hole (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is attempting to plug a glaring hole in some versions of its Windows software, a weakness similar to those exploited by the devastating "Blaster" and "Sasser" attacks, a security expert said Tuesday.

Microsoft Patches Windows, IE (PC World)
PC World - Three of six flaws called 'critical,' cover plug-and-play features, print spooler.

Microsoft settles with 'Spam King' for $7 million (MacCentral)
MacCentral - Microsoft Corp. has settled a lawsuit that it filed two years ago against the self-proclaimed "King of Spam," Scott Richter, who at one time helped distribute more than 38 billion unsolicited e-mails per year, Microsoft said Tuesday.

Microsoft Issues 3 Critical Security Bulletins (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft issues six security bulletins for Windows, half of them carrying critical vulnerabilities, with the majority of the bugs able to be exploited remotely.

Microsoft sees 3 'critical' Windows security flaws (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. warned users of its Windows operating system on Tuesday of three newly found "critical" security flaws in its software, including one that could allow attackers to take complete control of a computer.

Microsoft Issues Three 'Critical' Patches (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft issues six patches, three critical ones that deal with vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Settles Suit Against Spam King (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has settled a lawsuit against former spam kind Scott Richter. Richter and his company, OptInRealBig.com, agreed to pay US$7 million to Microsoft, although that settlement is conditioned on dismissal of two bankruptcy cases filed by Richter and the company.

Microsoft Launches MSN Filter (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft Corp. has launched in beta within MSN Spaces a site that offers selected content from the blog-hosting service, as well as from the web and the MSN portal.

Microsoft Receives $7M in Spam Settlement (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. has won a $7 million settlement from a man once billed as one of the world's most prolific spammers.

Musicians Try to Join ITunes in Japan (AP)
AP - Japanese musicians under contract with Sony and other labels that haven't joined Apple's iTunes Music Store are starting to defy their recording companies and trying to get their music on the popular download service launched last week in Japan.

Students Charged With Computer Trespass (AP)
AP - They're being called the Kutztown 13 — a group of high schoolers charged with felonies for bypassing security with school-issued laptops, downloading forbidden Internet goodies and using monitoring software to spy on district administrators.

Microsoft Trying to Fix Security Hole (AP)
AP - Microsoft Corp. is attempting to plug a glaring hole in some versions of its Windows software, a weakness similar to those exploited by the devastating "Blaster" and "Sasser" attacks, a security expert said Tuesday.

Group Launches New DVD Security Features (AP)
AP - One of the two groups vying to produce the next generation of DVDs rolled out new security features Tuesday to entice entertainment and electronics companies to adopt its technology.

Pharma Ruling Could Hurt TV Ad Spending (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Under the pharmaceutical industry's new ad code, the removal of 15-second spots that help consumers recall a drug could shift some ad spending from television to radio, print and the Internet, agency sources said. But while there will likely be changes in the media mix, agency executives say that ad spending in the category will be maintained and might even go up.

Gateway Brings LoJack Technology to Laptops (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - In an effort to curtail both data loss and laptop theft, Gateway (NYSE: GTW) has integrated two security technologies into its line of professional notebook computers. One is Absolute Software's Computrace technology; the other is the computer industry's latest hardware security standard, called Trusted Platform Module, or TPM.

PalmSource to partner with mobile Linux provider (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Building on its original decision last year to move its OS to the Linux kernel, PalmSource announced Tuesday a partnership with key mobile Linux OS provider MontaVista Software. The two companies plan to promote the development of Linux-based OSes and applications for Linux-based mobile phones.

HP exec decries proliferation of open source license types (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SAN FRANCISCO -- Decrying the proliferation of open source license varieties, a Hewlett-Packard executive on Tuesday urged IBM and Sun Microsystems to abandon their own licenses and back the GNU GPL (General Public License).

Spammer to pay Microsoft millions in court settlement (AFP)
AFP - A purported super-spammer and his insurance company have agreed to pay computer software giant Microsoft seven million dollars to resolve a pending civil suit, the man's lawyer said.

Musicians Try to Join ITunes in Japan (AP)
AP - Japanese musicians under contract with Sony and other labels that haven't joined Apple's iTunes Music Store are starting to defy their recording companies and trying to get their music on the popular download service launched last week in Japan.

Pharma Ruling Could Hurt TV Ad Spending (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Under the pharmaceutical industry's new ad code, the removal of 15-second spots that help consumers recall a drug could shift some ad spending from television to radio, print and the Internet, agency sources said. But while there will likely be changes in the media mix, agency executives say that ad spending in the category will be maintained and might even go up.

Yahoo Beats Google In Size Of Search Index (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Yahoo Inc. says its search engine indexes more than 20.8 billion items, which is nearly twice as much as online search leader Google Inc.

Service Targets Web Ads To Specific Geographic Areas (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Affinity Internet launches a marketing service that gets the ads of small businesses on local search engines provided by Google, Yahoo and others.

Boeing Tests Cell Phone Service in Flight (PC World)
PC World - Qualcomm teams with Connexion service to expand beyond in-flight Internet access.

Students Charged With Computer Trespass (AP)
AP - They're being called the Kutztown 13 — a group of high schoolers charged with felonies for bypassing security with school-issued laptops, downloading forbidden Internet goodies and using monitoring software to spy on district administrators.

Google Unveils Reseller Program In China (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google introduces a search-advertising reseller program in China.

Survey: Blog Readership Skyrocketing (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The surging popularity of blogs has led comScore Networks to suggest that blogs can now be thought of as part of the mainstream media, if not rivals.

Google News Introduces Atom Feeds (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Google starts offering news feeds over Atom, a syndication format used to publish headlines of the latest updates on blogs and web sites.

Microsoft Issues Three 'Critical' Patches (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft issues six patches, three critical ones that deal with vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer.

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