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Microsoft Amends Blog Shutdown Policies (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates talks during a press conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Monday, Jan. 30, 2006. (AP Photo/Osman Orsal)AP - Microsoft Corp. says it is setting new policies on shutting down Web journals after its much-publicized squelching of a well-known Chinese blogger at the request of Chinese officials.


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Microsoft Warns of File-Trashing Worm (PC World)
PC World - Security advisory issued, but experts think danger not as great as originally reported.

Microsoft Joins 'Blackworm' D-Day Warning Chorus (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Redmond's anti-malware engineering team is calling for users to be on high alert for malware capable of completely destroying important documents.

Microsoft to set rules for gov't blog complaints (Reuters)
Visitors to the Microsoft booth watch a demonstration of the Windows Vista operating system in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Microsoft has pledged to create rules on how it will deal with government complaints about Web sites and blogs hosted by the U.S. software giant. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - Microsoft has pledged to create rules on how it will deal with government complaints about Web sites and blogs hosted by the U.S. software giant.


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Microsoft Provides New Details on Pending Visual Studio Service Packs (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - The Redmond software maker is planning to release bug fixes VS 2003 in the second quarter, and VS 2005 in third quarter of this year.

EU still waiting for details from Microsoft on source-code offer (AFP)
EU regulators are still waiting for details from Microsoft on an offer to reveal secret computer code to meet an EU antitrust ruling, competition commissioner Neelie Kroes, seen here in November 2005, said.(AFP/File/Gerard Cerles)AFP - EU regulators are still waiting for details from Microsoft on an offer to reveal secret computer code to meet an EU antitrust ruling, competition commissioner Neelie Kroes said.


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Internet Explorer 7 Now Available for Public Download (PC World)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates is seen in Las Vegas January 4, 2006. Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it has joined research-intensive organizations to sell its non-core technology to start-up companies in an attempt to earn money from discoveries that would otherwise gather dust. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)PC World - Microsoft's IE 7 beta shows improved security, tabbed browsing.


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Chief: Microsoft Must Prove Innovation (AP)
US CEO of the Microsoft Corporation Bill Gates(L) is awarded with the Order of Infante Dom Henrique by Portugal's President Jorge Sampaio at Belem Palace, in Lisbon(AFP/Nicolas Asfouri)AP - The European Union's antitrust chief says Microsoft cannot charge licensing fees for software blueprints that it is offering to share with competitors unless it can prove the computer code is innovative.


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Microsoft Revamps Blogging Policy (PC World)
PC World - Software giant says it will only remove blogs when given proper legal notice.

Vista: Antispyware, Yes. Antivirus, No (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Why are Microsoft watchers surprised that Microsoft has no plans to integrate antivirus software into Windows? Redmond sees bigger dollar signs in antivirus services.

Wireless Cos. Launch Second iTunes Phone (AP)
Customers look over phones and accessories at a Cingular Wireless store in Atlanta. Cingular Wireless has started offering its customers the Slvr, an ultra-thin phone from Motorola loaded with the popular iTunes music-playing software, the companies said on Tuesday. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)AP - Motorola Inc. and Cingular Wireless LLC are out with their second cell phone with Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes music service, and hope it's better received than the first iTunes phone.


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Microsoft Amends Blog Shutdown Policies (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates talks during a press conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Monday, Jan. 30, 2006. (AP Photo/Osman Orsal)AP - Microsoft Corp. says it is setting new policies on shutting down Web journals after its much-publicized squelching of a well-known Chinese blogger at the request of Chinese officials.


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Group Sues AT&T Over Alleged Surveillance (AP)
The administration of President George W. Bush dismissed as "myths" allegations that a secret domestic electronic spying program Bush authorized illegally spies on innocent Americans(NSA)AP - A civil liberties group sued AT&T Inc. on Tuesday for its alleged role in helping the National Security Agency spy on the phone calls and other communications of U.S. citizens without warrants.


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Skype Plans Boost in Audioconferencing (PC World)
PC World - Links with service that can allow up to 500 people on one call.

Google Denies Napster Tie-Up, Music Store Plan (PC World)
PC World - Search giant says it will stick with digital music status quo.

Scandal-hit Livedoor alleged to hide fortune in Swiss accounts: report (AFP)
Japanese newspapers and magazines carry front page stories and pictures about former Livedoor president Takafumi Horie. Livedoor, the once high-flying Internet firm engulfed in scandal, allegedly hid billions of yen (millions of dollars) in off-the-book gains from stock sales in Swiss bank accounts, a report said(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Livedoor, the once high-flying Internet firm engulfed in scandal, allegedly hid billions of yen (millions of dollars) in off-the-book gains from stock sales in Swiss bank accounts, a report said.


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Hollywood vs. Your PC: Round 2 (PC World)
PC World - Legal options in digital entertainment are growing. But they come with restrictions that can hobble your ability to enjoy the content you've paid for--and even threaten your control over your system.

New AT&T Aims To Be 'First Rate' (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Wireless. Internet. Business services. AT&T touted all of that and more at its annual analysts meeting in New York on Tuesday.

Solaris and Linux: No Code Swapping (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - Sun refuses to reconsider licensing Solaris under GPL 2.0, and Linux Torvalds says Linux will not migrate to GPL 3.0, closing the door on any chance of co-mingling of code between the two operating systems.

Siebel Shareholders OK Takeover by Oracle (AP)
AP - Shareholders in Siebel Systems Inc. Tuesday voted in favor of the software maker's acquisition by Oracle Corp., clearing the way for the deal to close, according to a Webcast of the meeting in San Mateo, Calif.

Scandal-hit Livedoor alleged to hide fortune in Swiss accounts: report (AFP)
Japanese newspapers and magazines carry front page stories and pictures about former Livedoor president Takafumi Horie. Livedoor, the once high-flying Internet firm engulfed in scandal, allegedly hid billions of yen (millions of dollars) in off-the-book gains from stock sales in Swiss bank accounts, a report said(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Livedoor, the once high-flying Internet firm engulfed in scandal, allegedly hid billions of yen (millions of dollars) in off-the-book gains from stock sales in Swiss bank accounts, a report said.


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US telecom giant sued for role in US domestic spying (AFP)
Internet privacy advocates filed a lawsuit charging US telecom giant AT and T with being an accomplice to illegal domestic spying by the US government(AFP/AT&T/HO)AFP - Internet privacy advocates filed a lawsuit charging US telecom giant AT and T with being an accomplice to illegal domestic spying by the US government.


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Wireless Cos. Launch Second iTunes Phone (AP)
Customers look over phones and accessories at a Cingular Wireless store in Atlanta. Cingular Wireless has started offering its customers the Slvr, an ultra-thin phone from Motorola loaded with the popular iTunes music-playing software, the companies said on Tuesday. (Tami Chappell/Reuters)AP - Motorola Inc. and Cingular Wireless LLC are out with their second cell phone with Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes music service, and hope it's better received than the first iTunes phone.


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Microsoft Amends Blog Shutdown Policies (AP)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates talks during a press conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Monday, Jan. 30, 2006. (AP Photo/Osman Orsal)AP - Microsoft Corp. says it is setting new policies on shutting down Web journals after its much-publicized squelching of a well-known Chinese blogger at the request of Chinese officials.


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Tech Companies Won't Attend D.C. Meeting (AP)
AP - Representatives from several powerhouse technology companies say they won't attend a congressional briefing Wednesday meant to shine a spotlight on U.S. Internet businesses operating in China.

Honeywell Investigates Security Breach (AP)
AP - Honeywell International is offering credit monitoring and identity theft insurance to approximately 19,000 current and former employees whose personal information — including Social Security numbers and bank account information — was posted on an Internet Web site.

Tiffany Sues eBay for Selling Fakes (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Tiffany & Company, the famous New York-based jewelry retailer, is suing San Jose, California-based online auction firm eBay for allowing its Web site to be used to sell counterfeit jewelry.

AOL, Mark Burnett Partner To Bring Reality TV to Web (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - AOL has signed a deal with Mark Burnett Productions to develop a real-life treasure hunt on the company's Web site. The deal represents a move to bring reality TV to the Web.

File-Sharers Face Jail Time in the UK (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Ten UK Internet service providers (ISPs), including NTL, Tivoli, and BT have been ordered by Britain's High Court to hand over customer details for 150 individuals illegally sharing software.

Skype, Warner Music Team Up on Ringtones (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - VoIP provider Skype has inked a deal with Warner Music Group to bring ringtones to its Internet phone service. Skype, which is owned by eBay, will sell song selections in much the same way that other phone providers like T-Mobile do: as replacements for traditional phone sounds that can be downloaded for a per-song charge.

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