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Google wins against authors in book scanning case 
 
Geo-block escapes putting pinch on content owners 
By Chris Jager | Nov 1, 2012 | Comment Now 
Competition watchdog says users have power to improve IT pricing, access to products.
 
Secret list exposes Aussie passport holders' data risk 
By Ry Crozier | May 23, 2012 | Comment Now 
Personal files of 109 Aussies at high risk of inappropriate access.
 
Microsoft nixes Nook tiff with Metro deal 
By Liam Tung | May 1, 2012 | Comment Now 
Anti-Amazon deal paves way for international future?
 
New Zealand ISPs win $25 copyright charge 
By Juha Saarinen | Jul 12, 2011 | Comment Now 
Content owners forced to pay more than $2 a notice.
 
Opinion: Copyright or copy wrong 
By David Havyatt | Mar 18, 2011 | Comment Now 
The wash-up of the iiNet case reveals conflicting legal and moral views about copyright and ISP liability, writes David Havyatt.
 
Publishers get a year to make good on e-books 
Feb 15, 2010 | Comment Now 
Create a business model, not a report.
 
Amazon settles Kindle deletions for $170,000 
By Iain Thomson | Oct 6, 2009 | Comment Now 
Promises not to withdraw books in the future.
 
FSF launches campaign against Amazon DRM 
By Iain Thomson | Aug 4, 2009 | Comment Now 
Petition in wake of Orwell withdrawal fiasco.
 
Amazon apologises for deleting Kindle books 
By Iain Thomson | Jul 24, 2009 | Comment Now 
“Stupid, thoughtless, and painfully out of line with our principles”.
 
Amazon deletes e-books in Orwellian moment 
By Iain Thomson | Jul 20, 2009 | Comment Now 
That book you bought? We'll have it back now.
 
Tagged.com faces legal action for data fraud 
By Iain Thomson | Jul 10, 2009 | Comment Now 
Accused of falsifying hits and spamming users.
 
Hacker claims responsibility for Amazon hit over adult books sales rankings 
By Dan Raywood | Apr 15, 2009 | Comment Now 
A hacker has claimed responsibility for a hit on the Amazon website that saw adult-themed books lose their sales ranks over the weekend.
 
New generic TLDs will open cyber squatting floodgates 
By Phil Muncaster | Mar 17, 2009 | Comment Now 
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (Wipo) has expressed concerns over the impact of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) proposed by Icann as it released annual ...
 
Lenovo sued for Mpeg-2 patent infringement 
By Ian Williams | Mar 12, 2009 | Comment Now 
PC maker Lenovo has been served with several enforcement actions in the US and Germany for allegedly infringing on patents covering the Mpeg-2 digital video compression standard.
 
Google brings books to mobile users 
By Rosalie Marshall | Feb 7, 2009 | Comment Now 
Google has brought its Book Search service to iPhone and Android devices, giving users mobile access to millions of books.
 
Top level .tel domain launches today 
By Phil Muncaster | Dec 4, 2008 | Comment Now 
The latest sponsored top-level domain (TLD) to be given Icann approval officially launches today, with a sunrise period designed to give trademark holders an early opportunity ...
 
Liverpool City Library chooses Civica  
Jul 13, 2007 | Comment Now 
Sydney-based Liverpool City Library has selected Civica to accommodate its wide-ranging technological needs.
 
Novell opens legal books to GPL pundits 
By Tom Sanders | Nov 9, 2006 | Comment Now 
Linux vendor determined to show that Microsoft partnership is cleared by GPL provisions.
 
Books IT security pros need 
By Peter Stephenson,CeRNS, | Mar 6, 2006 | Comment Now 
I went through my library and picked out a few of the books that I think are the most useful and important for the security professional with little time for reading.
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