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Microsoft Offers Free Copyright Add-In for Office (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft and Creative Commons, a nonprofit organization that provides flexible copyright licenses, have hooked up to create an add-in for Microsoft Office applications that will enable people, particularly writers and other creators, to protect their creative works automatically.

Critical Security Flaw Found in Microsoft Excel (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Microsoft is investigating reports of a serious security vulnerability in Excel that not only could cause the program to crash, if attacked remotely, but also could provide a way for hackers to take control of a system.

EU: No Adobe complaint about Microsoft (AP)
AP - The European Commission said Thursday that software company Adobe Systems Inc. has not made any complaints so far about Microsoft Corp.'s plans to ship its new Office software without Adobe's PDF file reader.

EU says got no complaint from Adobe vs Microsoft (Reuters)
This handout photo shows Yahoo! corporate headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. Yahoo fired back at rival Microsoft by unveiling a test version of an enhanced, customizable online instant messaging (IM) service.(AFP/HO/File)Reuters - The European Commission said on Thursday it had received no complaint from Adobe Systems Inc. against Microsoft over the treatment of PDF documents in the U.S. software giant's forthcoming Windows Vista operating system.


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In Brief (PC World)
PC World - Sony's Alpha A100 is the company's first single-lens reflex digital camera; Bill Gates plans to vacate his architect role at Microsoft.

Top Microsoft Exec Exits, Spawning Speculation (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Martin Taylor, a top Microsoft executive, has abruptly departed the company, less than a week after Bill Gates declared that he would be backing off from his day-to-day role as chief software architect. Taylor, who was appointed in March to the position of corporate vice president of Windows Live and MSN marketing, was considered to be the right-hand man of CEO Steve Ballmer.

Entry By Microsoft Called Endorsement For Robotics Field (Investor's Business Daily)
Investor's Business Daily - Microsoft marked its entry into the robotics business late Tuesday, unveiling software that can be used to create robotic applications for a variety of computing platforms.

Third Microsoft Excel Attack Posted (PC World)
PC World - One week, three flaws in Microsoft's spreadsheet software.

Microsoft touts Entities to link business, data (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Microsoft is working on a data mapping substrate for its Visual Studio developer tool platform called ADO.Net Entities, which will provide a data model focused on business terminology, a Microsoft executive said in his blog.

Microsoft Plans Link Between Directory, Live Services (PC World)
PC World - Users would get a single sign-on for both the company's Active Directory and its Windows Live Web-based services.

N.Y. lawmaker drops Google porn lawsuit (AP)
Headquarters of the internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California. Fresh from a fight with US officials over the sanctity of online search information, Google joined an alliance of technology firms calling for federal legislation protecting consumer privacy.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - A Long Island politician has dropped a federal lawsuit that had claimed the search engine company Google Inc. profits from child pornography.


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User-recommended Digg.com expands (AP)
AP - Digg.com, a Web site that ranks and displays news items based on recommendations from its users, is expanding to include video and topics beyond technology.

Government hit by rash of data breaches (AP)
AP - The government agency charged with fighting identity theft said Thursday it had lost two government laptops containing sensitive personal data, the latest in a series of breaches encompassing millions of people.

Network keeps World Cup data flowing (AP)
Tom Porter, chief of Internet security for FIFA and Avaya in Munich, poses inside the International Broadcast Center where the World Cup's media operation is running at full steam in Munich on June 12, 2006. Tom Porter and Doug Gardner, managing director for the Avaya FIFA World Cup Program IP network in Munich, are intensely monitoring the numbers scrolling down a flat-screen monitor, making certain the lines that represent the flow of information are moving as fast as Wayne Rooney on a breakaway sprint toward the goal. (AP Photo/Matt Moore)AP - Tom Porter and Doug Gardner intensely watch the green numbers scrolling quickly down a 42-inch plasma monitor, making sure information flowing over the World Cup's computer networks moves as smoothly as Brazil's offense.


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French lawmakers soften iTunes proposal (AP)
Apple's iTunes website is reflected in an iPod. Denmark, Norway and Sweden plan to force Apple Computers Inc to break the exclusive link between its iPod music players and online iTunes store.(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Leading French lawmakers voted Thursday to water down a draft copyright law that could force Apple Computer Inc. to make its iPod music player and iTunes online store compatible with rivals' offerings.


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Digg to allow users to vote for many types of news (Reuters)
A screenshot of Digg.com, a tech-news phenomenon that has readers recommend online articles to others taken June 23, 2006. The service is expanding to let users also vote for the most popular general news, entertainment stories or videos, the company said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Digg.com, a tech-news phenomenon that has readers recommend online articles to others, is expanding to let users also vote for the most popular general news, entertainment stories or videos, the company said on Thursday.


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If Lights Blink on Your iPod Shuffle, It Could Be Bad News (PC World)
PC World - Some owners search for help after Apple USB music players flash alternating LEDs and then die.

Nokia, Japan's Sanyo give up alliance in mobile handset (AFP)
Sanyo executive Takenori Ugari (L) and Nokia official Tyler McGee announce plans in February 2006 that the companies will form a global joint venture to develop and produce third-generation (3G) mobile phones. Sanyo has given up potentially lucrative plans to tie up on mobile handsets with Nokia as the firms had failed to reach a compromise.(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AFP - Struggling Japanese electronics maker Sanyo Electric has given up potentially lucrative plans to tie up on mobile handsets with Finnish giant Nokia as the firms had failed to reach a compromise.


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Execs debate the 'open source effect' (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- The open source software paradigm has changed the software market, but open source itself is becoming so established that it will be boring in five years, panelists said at an industry event held at the Computer History Museum on Wednesday evening.

Oracle profit jumps 27 percent to $1.3B (AP)
An exterior view of Oracle Corp. headquarters is shown in a Redwood City, Calif. file photo from Feb. 9, 2006.(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - Business software maker Oracle Corp. on Thursday said its fiscal fourth quarter profit rose 27 percent on record revenue as sales surged across most of its business lines and geographic regions.


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N.Y. lawmaker drops Google porn lawsuit (AP)
Headquarters of the internet search engine company Google in Mountain View, California. Fresh from a fight with US officials over the sanctity of online search information, Google joined an alliance of technology firms calling for federal legislation protecting consumer privacy.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AP - A Long Island politician has dropped a federal lawsuit that had claimed the search engine company Google Inc. profits from child pornography.


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User-recommended Digg.com expands (AP)
AP - Digg.com, a Web site that ranks and displays news items based on recommendations from its users, is expanding to include video and topics beyond technology.

Digg to allow users to vote for many types of news (Reuters)
A screenshot of Digg.com, a tech-news phenomenon that has readers recommend online articles to others taken June 23, 2006. The service is expanding to let users also vote for the most popular general news, entertainment stories or videos, the company said on Thursday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Digg.com, a tech-news phenomenon that has readers recommend online articles to others, is expanding to let users also vote for the most popular general news, entertainment stories or videos, the company said on Thursday.


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French lawmakers soften iTunes proposal (AP)
Apple's iTunes website is reflected in an iPod. Denmark, Norway and Sweden plan to force Apple Computers Inc to break the exclusive link between its iPod music players and online iTunes store.(AFP/File/John D McHugh)AP - Leading French lawmakers voted Thursday to water down a draft copyright law that could force Apple Computer Inc. to make its iPod music player and iTunes online store compatible with rivals' offerings.


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Google to Test Display Ads on Google Video (PC World)
PC World - Search giant appears to be testing waters for new ad revenues.

Privacy advocates slam AT&T on customer records (Reuters)
The AT and T logo is seen in an undated file photo. Privacy advocates slammed AT and T Inc. on Thursday for declaring that it owned its Internet and video customers' account information and could hand the data over to law enforcement if needed. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Privacy advocates slammed AT&T Inc. on Thursday for declaring that it owned its Internet and video customers' account information and could hand the data over to law enforcement if needed.


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France set to tone down iTunes law (Reuters)
Reuters - A French parliamentary commission passed a proposal on Thursday that critics said would soften a law aimed at opening up online content businesses like Apple's iTunes music store to other operators.

AT&T revises privacy policy, says owns customer data (Reuters)
AT and T employees are seen in an undated publicity photo. AT and T Inc. said on Wednesday it was revising its privacy policy, explaining to customers that it owns their phone records and can hand them over to law enforcers if necessary. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - AT&T Inc said on Wednesday it was revising its privacy policy, explaining to Internet and video customers that it owns their account records and can hand them over to law enforcers if necessary.


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Newspaper Web sites dig into local coverage (Reuters)
Reuters - They call it the World Wide Web, but newspapers trying to grow online audiences are focusing on deeper local coverage to build revenue.

Research Conference Addresses Web Usability (PC Magazine)
PC Magazine - If a graphic is online but nobody sees it, does it make any noise? Researches are using eye-tracking technology to study the impact of graphics, text, and photos on Web-site usability.

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