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Googling Private Lives (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Internet: When the Justice Department subpoenaed giant search engines for data regarding online pornography, privacy advocates rightly howled. But can Google, Yahoo and Microsoft claim the moral high ground?

Microsoft says gets more time to reply on fine proposal (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. said on Monday it had been given extra time by the European Commission to respond to the threat of a $2 million-a-day fine over allegations that it has failed to comply with a landmark EU antitrust ruling.

Microsoft Complies with Fed Request for Search Data (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has admitted that it complied with a request from the U.S. Department of Justice to provide information on Internet searches by MSN users.

Microsoft to Succeed Vista With Vienna (PC World)
In an undated handout image from Google.com, a still from the Google Earth mapping website is shown. Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. have begun offering photographic search results so detailed a user can make out whether their neighbor's hedge was trimmed perfectly at the time the image was taken, or what car was parked in front of a favorite local restaurant. (AP Photo/Google.com)PC World - Upcoming version of Windows, formerly known as Blackcomb, has a new name.


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Microsoft to Bolster Software Assurance Program (PC World)
PC World - Several major changes may beef up the company's maintenance and upgrade program.

Building a view to Vista (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Key chunks of Vista, Microsoft’s next-gen version of Windows, are already landing in finished form, even though the new OS itself won’t arrive before the end of 2006.

Microsoft Expands Presence in India (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft's Research India division is doubling the size of its research staff over the next 18 months. The increase will facilitate research on existing projects, but also will enable the lab to create a new research group focused on cryptography and security.

Microsoft Data Collection Troubles Some Users (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Microsoft monitors the security health of PCs running its OneCare Live security service by collecting data from users' computers, but some users think it's too much.

New Kama Sutra Worms Corrupts Microsoft Documents (TechWeb)
TechWeb - A new worm that already accounts for 1 in every 15 pieces of malicious code carries a "nuclear option" payload that corrupts data.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 Leaks To Web (TechWeb)
TechWeb - Screenshots and code for the most recent build of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 browser have leaked to the Internet, several Windows-related sites say.

Verizon to Start TV Service in N.Y., Mass. (AP)
A Verizon fiber technician strings aerial fiber-optic cabling, capable of carring an array of services including television, from a pole to a home in an undated file photo. Verizon Communications Inc. is expanding its television service to more states and has signed up 20 percent of the market in the first community where it offered the service, Chief Executive Ivan Seidenberg said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)AP - Verizon Communications Inc. is expanding the area where it provides television service over fiber-optic cables, adding homes in Massachusetts and New York for the first time.


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Supreme Court Won't Hear BlackBerry Case (AP)
Handout picture of man using BlackBerry 7100t at an outdoor cafe. BlackBerry e-mail service provider Research In Motion said on Friday the U.S. patent office has ruled against two more NTP patents in their fight over the popular service. REUTERS/HandoutAP - Millions of BlackBerry users can now turn their attention back to a Richmond, Va., federal court where the fate of the popular wireless e-mail device may be decided.


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Calif. Man Pleads Guilty to Felony Hacking (AP)
AP - A 20-year-old hacker admitted Monday to surreptitiously seizing control of hundreds of thousands of Internet-connected computers, using the zombie network to serve pop-up ads and renting it to people who mounted attacks on Web sites and sent out spam.

Cabbie Blogs About Driving Taxi in NYC (AP)
Cab driver Melissa Plaut, seen in her rear view mirror, works a shift early Monday morning, Jan. 16, 2006, in New York. Plaut chronicles her chaotic, adventurous job in a blog. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - Welcome to the world of Melissa Plaut, a taxi driver who chronicles her chaotic, adventurous job in a blog called "New York Hack."


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Mars rovers' next stop: IMAX (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - NASA's Mars rovers have conquered the Red Planet and are now tackling the silver screen. They make their debut this week in "Roving Mars" at IMAX theaters nationwide. The 45-minute documentary, which opens Friday, uses photos taken by the rovers themselves and animation from the mission.

US Internet shopping website to stream live entertainment talk show (AFP)
Parcels are shipped at an Amazon warehouse. Controversey-courting comedian Bill Maher will host a television-style talk show on US Internet shopping website Amazon.com, the company said(AFP/DDP/File/Martin Oeser)AFP - Controversey-courting comedian Bill Maher will host a television-style talk show on US Internet shopping website Amazon.com, the company said.


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PC Virus Celebrates 20 Years of Havoc (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - This month marks a somewhat dubious anniversary for PC computer users: It's the 20th anniversary of the first PC virus. First discovered in the wild in January 1986, the Brain virus inspired hordes of hackers during the 1990s and, more recently, a whole new class of online criminal.

Texas Instruments Profit Rises 34 Percent (AP)
AP - Texas Instruments Inc. saw a 34 percent jump in quarterly income on strong sales of chips for mobile phones and electronic devices, but offered only a tepid outlook for the start of 2006.

SpikeSource's Polese cites open source complexities (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Kim Polese, CEO of open source services provider SpikeSource since 2004, is perhaps one of the better known IT executives.

McAfee sees quarter earnings below analysts' estimates (Reuters)
Reuters - Security software maker McAfee Inc. on Monday forecast fourth-quarter earnings and revenue well below Wall Street forecasts, and its shares dropped more than 14 percent.

US Internet shopping website to stream live entertainment talk show (AFP)
Parcels are shipped at an Amazon warehouse. Controversey-courting comedian Bill Maher will host a television-style talk show on US Internet shopping website Amazon.com, the company said(AFP/DDP/File/Martin Oeser)AFP - Controversey-courting comedian Bill Maher will host a television-style talk show on US Internet shopping website Amazon.com, the company said.


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Calif. Man Pleads Guilty to Felony Hacking (AP)
AP - A 20-year-old hacker admitted Monday to surreptitiously seizing control of hundreds of thousands of Internet-connected computers, using the zombie network to serve pop-up ads and renting it to people who mounted attacks on Web sites and sent out spam.

'Botmaster' pleads guilty to computer crimes (Reuters)
Reuters - A 20-year-old accused of using hundreds of thousands of hijacked computers, or "bot nets," to damage systems and send massive waves of spam across the Internet, pleaded guilty to federal charges on Monday.

Google Digs In Against Feds (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Google's refusal to cooperate with governmental authorities who are asking for the company's search records could become a catalyst for a major discussion about privacy and Internet use.

ITunes Audience Continues To Grow (NewsFactor)
A man holds an iPod as he uses the iTunes Music Store to download music. Music fans worldwide downloaded 420 million songs legally over the Internet in 2005, a 20-fold increase from two years ago, amid signs in some markets that the tide is turning against digital piracy, research showed.(AFP/DDP/File/Oliver Stratmann)NewsFactor - Online traffic generated by Apple's iTunes music store rose an eye-popping 241 percent in the past year, representing visits to the site by some 14 percent of the active U.S. Internet population, according to a recent research report.


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Microsoft Complies with Fed Request for Search Data (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft has admitted that it complied with a request from the U.S. Department of Justice to provide information on Internet searches by MSN users.

PC Virus Celebrates 20 Years of Havoc (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - This month marks a somewhat dubious anniversary for PC computer users: It's the 20th anniversary of the first PC virus. First discovered in the wild in January 1986, the Brain virus inspired hordes of hackers during the 1990s and, more recently, a whole new class of online criminal.

Verizon, Yahoo Partner on High-Speed Net Service (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Verizon and Yahoo have announced a cobranded service that will provide high-speed Internet access and premium content to Verizon's fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) customers.

Group Asks FTC to Stop Software Developer (AP)
AP - A nonprofit technology group asked the Federal Trade Commission on Monday to stop a software developer from allowing "deceptive and unfair" methods in distributing products that generate online pop-up ads.

Cabbie Blogs About Driving Taxi in NYC (AP)
Cab driver Melissa Plaut, seen in her rear view mirror, works a shift early Monday morning, Jan. 16, 2006, in New York. Plaut chronicles her chaotic, adventurous job in a blog. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - Welcome to the world of Melissa Plaut, a taxi driver who chronicles her chaotic, adventurous job in a blog called "New York Hack."


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