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Adobe Acrobat 8 full of holes
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Despite recent high-profile data breaches and heightened awareness of the need to delete data prior to selling a PC, many second-hand computers contain highly sensitive personal information.
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FCC grants full phone rights to VoIP
Ruling says VoIP services have same access rights as phone providers.
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Microsoft Business Solutions hits first full profitable year
Microsoft's closely-watched business applications unit hit its first-ever profitable year for the company's fiscal year 2006 ending June 30..
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