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S. Korea court rejects Microsoft request (AP)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. A Seoul court rejected on Tuesday Microsoft Corp.'s request for an injunction on a South Korean ruling that said the company should unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software, Seoul's antitrust agency said. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday it will comply with sanctions imposed by South Korea's antitrust regulator after a court rejected the company's request for a stay.


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Korea won't suspend Microsoft antitrust order (Reuters)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. A Seoul court rejected on Tuesday Microsoft Corp.'s request for an injunction on a South Korean ruling that said the company should unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software, Seoul's antitrust agency said. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - A Seoul court rejected Microsoft Corp.'s request to suspend a South Korean ruling that the company must unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software, Seoul's antitrust agency said.


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EU members back new fines for Microsoft (AFP)
Microsoft Corp. legal chief Brad Smith (L) attends the start of the US software giant's five-day trial at European Union's Court of First Instance in Luxembourg, April 2006. European regulators have given their backing to the European Commission to slap huge new fines on Microsoft for failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust ruling.(AFP/File/Jean-Christophe Verhaegen)AFP - European regulators have given their backing to the European Commission to slap huge new fines on Microsoft for failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust ruling.


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EU says Microsoft not complying with decision: source (Reuters)
Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer speaks at the Seoul Digital Forum 2006, May 25, 2006. An EU committee ruled on Monday that Microsoft failed to comply with a landmark antitrust decision, paving the way for fines of up to $2.56 million a day, a source familiar with the situation said. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - An EU committee ruled on Monday that Microsoft failed to comply with a landmark antitrust decision, paving the way for fines of up to 2 million euros ($2.56 million) a day, a source familiar with the situation said.


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Microsoft Ends Support for Windows 98 and ME (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Starting next week, more than 70 million Windows users running older operating systems will no longer receive security updates from Microsoft.

EU Regulators Support Fining Microsoft (AP)
AP - In a major step toward new penalties against Microsoft Corp., Europe's antitrust regulators voted unanimously Monday in favor of fining the world's largest software company for flouting a 2004 ruling, two people close to the case said.

Microsoft Pushes Back Office 2007 Release (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Businesses waiting to get their hands on Microsoft's flagship Office 2007 software will have to wait a little longer now that the company has postponed delivery while it works out some kinks discovered in beta versions of the product.

Cuebot-K Worm Poses As Microsoft WGA (TechWeb)
TechWeb - The new malware spreads via AOL instant messenger.

Microsoft Office 2007 beta not quite "live" (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - Is it Microsoft Office in the browser at last? Ever since Microsoft launched Windows Live, Microsoft watchers have been speculating on when browser-based versions of Office applications would arrive, and what they’d look like.

Judge dismisses Microsoft antitrust case (AP)
AP - A federal judge has dismissed Go Computer Inc.'s antitrust case against Microsoft Corp.

EFF defends liberties in high-tech world (AP)
ADVANCE FOR JULY 5; graphic shows timeline of the Electronic Frontier Foundations major cases. (AP Graphic)AP - In March 1990, when few people had even heard of the Internet, U.S. Secret Service agents raided the Texas offices of a small board-game maker, seizing computer equipment and reading customers' e-mail stored on one machine. A group of online pioneers already worried about how the nation's laws were being applied to new technologies became even more fearful and decided to intervene.


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EFF prefers litigation to legislation (AP)
AP - A year after moving its headquarters to Washington, D.C., the Electronic Frontier Foundation was already in the hot seat.

Blogs reveal London survivors' pain (AP)
British Rachel North, a survivor from the July 7 London bombings poses for a photographer near an underground station in central London Wednesday June 28, 2006, one week ahead of the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the British capitol. North, a 35-year-old advertising executive, has become a reluctant figurehead. She has drawn 150,000 readers to her online journal, which described the horror of the blast on a Piccadilly line carriage that killed 25 passengers.  (AP Photo/Christopher Pledger)AP - Bloodied and bewildered strangers led each other from the wreckage of the London bombings last July 7. A year later, many of them have forged close bonds — sharing their experiences in a network of blogs.


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Md. tax court upholds cell phone fees (AP)
AP - Two of Maryland's largest jurisdictions did not overstep their authority by imposing cell phone fees, the state tax court has ruled.

Two More Data Breaches at VA (PC World)
PC World - Earlier incidents come to light; chief information security officer resigns.

Paris wants wireless Internet access across city (Reuters)
Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe is seen in this November 19, 2005 file photo. Paris wants blanket wireless Internet cover by the end of 2007, helping to make it the most connected capital city in the world, Delanoe said on Tuesday. (Jacky Naegelen/Reuters)Reuters - Paris wants blanket wireless Internet cover by the end of 2007, helping to make it the most connected capital city in the world, Mayor Bertrand Delanoe said on Tuesday.


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Korea won't suspend Microsoft antitrust order (Reuters)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. A Seoul court rejected on Tuesday Microsoft Corp.'s request for an injunction on a South Korean ruling that said the company should unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software, Seoul's antitrust agency said. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)Reuters - A Seoul court rejected Microsoft Corp.'s request to suspend a South Korean ruling that the company must unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software, Seoul's antitrust agency said.


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UAE's Etisalat is granted third mobile license in Egypt (AFP)
Mohammed Hassan Omran, chairman of Etisalat, speaks during a press conference in Cairo. A United Arab Emirates-Egyptian partnership was granted the third mobile telephone network license in Egypt, officials said.(AFP/Amro Maraghi)AFP - A United Arab Emirates-Egyptian partnership was granted the third mobile telephone network license in Egypt, officials said.


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Judge Deals Blow to SCO in $5 Billion Linux Lawsuit (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The holidays came early for devotees of the Linux operating system when a judge last week threw out the majority of claims brought against IBM by the SCO Group in its $5 billion intellectual property rights case.

S. Korea court rejects Microsoft request (AP)
A man walks past a sign promoting Microsoft's instant messaging service at an internet cafe in Seoul May 23, 2006. A Seoul court rejected on Tuesday Microsoft Corp.'s request for an injunction on a South Korean ruling that said the company should unbundle its media player and messaging service from Windows software, Seoul's antitrust agency said. (You Sung-Ho/Reuters)AP - Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday it will comply with sanctions imposed by South Korea's antitrust regulator after a court rejected the company's request for a stay.


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EFF defends liberties in high-tech world (AP)
ADVANCE FOR JULY 5; graphic shows timeline of the Electronic Frontier Foundations major cases. (AP Graphic)AP - In March 1990, when few people had even heard of the Internet, U.S. Secret Service agents raided the Texas offices of a small board-game maker, seizing computer equipment and reading customers' e-mail stored on one machine. A group of online pioneers already worried about how the nation's laws were being applied to new technologies became even more fearful and decided to intervene.


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Paris wants wireless Internet access across city (Reuters)
Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe is seen in this November 19, 2005 file photo. Paris wants blanket wireless Internet cover by the end of 2007, helping to make it the most connected capital city in the world, Delanoe said on Tuesday. (Jacky Naegelen/Reuters)Reuters - Paris wants blanket wireless Internet cover by the end of 2007, helping to make it the most connected capital city in the world, Mayor Bertrand Delanoe said on Tuesday.


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Blogs reveal London survivors' pain (AP)
British Rachel North, a survivor from the July 7 London bombings poses for a photographer near an underground station in central London Wednesday June 28, 2006, one week ahead of the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the British capitol. North, a 35-year-old advertising executive, has become a reluctant figurehead. She has drawn 150,000 readers to her online journal, which described the horror of the blast on a Piccadilly line carriage that killed 25 passengers.  (AP Photo/Christopher Pledger)AP - Bloodied and bewildered strangers led each other from the wreckage of the London bombings last July 7. A year later, many of them have forged close bonds — sharing their experiences in a network of blogs.


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Google says bill could spark anti-trust complaints (Reuters)
The Google booth is seen at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 5, 2006. Google warned on Tuesday it will not hesitate to file anti-trust complaints in the United States if high-speed Internet providers abuse the market power they could receive from legislators. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Google warned on Tuesday it will not hesitate to file anti-trust complaints in the United States if high-speed Internet providers abuse the market power they could receive from U.S. legislators.


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Putin quizzed on robots, octopus and that kiss (Reuters)
Russian President Vladimir Putin listens during his meeting with heads of international non-governmental organizations at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow July 4, 2006. (Alexander Zemlianichenko/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - Organizers of an online conference with President Vladimir Putin have invited Internet users to quiz him on Russia's democracy, its newly assertive role in the world and his personal qualities.


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Music producer reportedly gets pardon (AP)
AP - Dubai's ruler pardoned American R&B producer Dallas Austin on Tuesday, hours after he was sentenced to four years in prison for possession of cocaine, two of the producer's lawyers said.

Music cos. preparing suit vs. Yahoo China (AP)
AP - A group of major music companies are preparing to sue Yahoo China over complaints the popular search engine violates copyrights by linking to Web sites that offer pirated music, the group's chairman said Tuesday.

UK Internet phone firm Citel in 8.2 mln stg float (Reuters)
Reuters - Citel, a British voice over internet protocol (VoIP) firm, said on Monday it was to float on London's junior AIM market after raising 8.2 million pounds ($15.14 million) through a share placing.

MTV Offers More Shows Through iTunes (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Despite having a digital-music service that competes directly with iTunes, MTV Networks has decided to offer several more of its TV shows through Apple's music store. The MTV programming includes shows from Spike TV, Nick at Nite, TV Land, and The N.

All 50 US states join web site listing convicted sex offenders (AFP)
US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, at press conference at the Justice Department in Washington, June 2006.  US authorities said all 50 states have joined a national web site that lists addresses and other details of convicted sex offenders.(AFP/File/Nicholas Kamm)AFP - US authorities said all 50 states have joined a national web site that lists addresses and other details of convicted sex offenders.


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