EMI to sell protection-free songs via PassAlong

EMI to sell protection-free songs via PassAlong
NEW YORK (Reuters) – EMI Group Plc., the world’s third-largest music company, is expanding its strategy to sell digital music without copy-protection software to more retail sites through a deal with PassAlong Networks.[Lees verder]

Wall Street Journal shuffles editorial management
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday it is reorganizing its editing ranks to integrate print and online news operations as well as simplify its international news structure.[Lees verder]

eBay pulls U.S. ads from Google AdWords network
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Online auctioneer eBay Inc. has pulled its advertising from search company Google Inc.’s AdWords network in the United States, an eBay spokesman said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Web site harnesses China’s culture of connections
BEIJING (Reuters) – Those elusive connections that in China can ensure personal or business gain are just a click away thanks to a new Web site, state media said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Social networking site Bebo signs iTunes UK deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Bebo Inc.’s British and Irish users will be able to buy songs from Apple Inc.’s iTunes music store while they are still on the artist’s profile at the social networking site, according to an agreement announced on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Chinese fathers of child slaves seek help online
BEIJING (Reuters) – About 400 Chinese men whose children were sold to work as slaves at brickworks were seeking help online after risking their lives and spending all their savings in a mostly futile search, media reported on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

China aims to top U.S. in cyberspace: U.S. general
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – China is seeking to unseat the United States as the dominant power in cyberspace, a U.S. Air Force general leading a new push in this area said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

MySpace China aims to launch IM service
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – News Corp.-invested MySpace China aims to launch an online messaging service “as soon as possible”, its CEO said on Wednesday, as the venture fights for a bigger share of the world’s second-largest Internet market.[Lees verder]

EU lauds Google data retention limit
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) – The European Union’s top security official lauded Google Inc’s. decision to scale back how long it keeps personally identifiable data accumulated from its Web users as a step towards addressing privacy concerns.[Lees verder]

YouTube to test video ID
NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Top online video service YouTube will soon test a new video identification technology with two of the world’s largest media companies, Time Warner Inc. and Walt Disney Co..[Lees verder]

EMI to sell protection-free songs via PassAlong
NEW YORK (Reuters) – EMI Group Plc., the world’s third-largest music company, is expanding its strategy to sell digital music without copy-protection software to more retail sites through a deal with PassAlong Networks.[Lees verder]

Wall Street Journal shuffles editorial management
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday it is reorganizing its editing ranks to integrate print and online news operations as well as simplify its international news structure.[Lees verder]

eBay pulls U.S. ads from Google AdWords network
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Online auctioneer eBay Inc. has pulled its advertising from search company Google Inc.’s AdWords network in the United States, an eBay spokesman said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Web site harnesses China’s culture of connections
BEIJING (Reuters) – Those elusive connections that in China can ensure personal or business gain are just a click away thanks to a new Web site, state media said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Social networking site Bebo signs iTunes UK deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Bebo Inc.’s British and Irish users will be able to buy songs from Apple Inc.’s iTunes music store while they are still on the artist’s profile at the social networking site, according to an agreement announced on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Chinese fathers of child slaves seek help online
BEIJING (Reuters) – About 400 Chinese men whose children were sold to work as slaves at brickworks were seeking help online after risking their lives and spending all their savings in a mostly futile search, media reported on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

China aims to top U.S. in cyberspace: U.S. general
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – China is seeking to unseat the United States as the dominant power in cyberspace, a U.S. Air Force general leading a new push in this area said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

MySpace China aims to launch IM service
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – News Corp.-invested MySpace China aims to launch an online messaging service “as soon as possible”, its CEO said on Wednesday, as the venture fights for a bigger share of the world’s second-largest Internet market.[Lees verder]

EU lauds Google data retention limit
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) – The European Union’s top security official lauded Google Inc’s. decision to scale back how long it keeps personally identifiable data accumulated from its Web users as a step towards addressing privacy concerns.[Lees verder]

YouTube to test video ID
NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Top online video service YouTube will soon test a new video identification technology with two of the world’s largest media companies, Time Warner Inc. and Walt Disney Co..[Lees verder]