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Judge overturns MySpace bullying conviction
A US judge has moved to overturn the conviction of a woman accused of cyber-bullying a teenager who later committed suicide.
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Elderly Aussies’ lack of interest in web concerns ACMA
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Watchlist reveals US hypocrisy on IP laws
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McAfee predicts in the upcoming year that web-based malware and removable storage devices will be some of be the biggest threats to businesses.
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The amount of spam is nearing pre-McColo numbers, and junk mailers are using crafty new methods to infect computers, two spam reports released on Monday conclude.
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Intel lauded by EPA for "green" power use
Intel is giving itself a big green pat on the back after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) gave the firm a “Green Power leadership” award and made IBM "Green Power Partner of the Year".
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A White House office is ordering all federal agencies to implement a new standard for securing DNS connections.
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Symantec execs encourage using Facebook at work
Organisations that block access to sites such as Facebook are limiting the use of critical business tools necessary to a Generation Y workforce, argued Symantec executives in Sydney on Tuesday.
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Fair use comes first in web video
A video of a dancing baby has led to a landmark decision regarding the handling of internet videos..
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Mini-notebook shipments are set to rocket past the five million unit mark this year and could reach eight million by 2009, according to new figures from analyst firm Gartner..
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Tech-savvy teenagers are using Google Earth to pinpoint private swimming pools for illegal summer parties..
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Security expert: BT should be prosecuted over its use of Phorm
Cambridge University security researcher Dr Richard Clayton argues that BT should be prosecuted because it monitored internet users' websurfing habits without their permission, while the telco declines to say its activities were legal.
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Spammers use hosted services to send unwanted mail
Spammers are increasingly turning to hosted services to ship out their junk mail, the latest threat report from MessageLabs revealed.
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IBM plans to ease mobile web use
IBM has launched a new initiative aimed at improving the capabilities of mobile devices.
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Email scammers use bogus subpoenas
A new targeted phishing attack is attempting to dupe users into downloading malware by sending bogus court subpoenas..
Apr 21 2008 7:47AM
Spammers use third-party tools to bypass email filters, report
The first quarter of 2008 saw an increased trend for spammers and malware developers to leverage legitimate content sites in order to bypass email filters.
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