Facebook in ring with NBC’s “Gladiators”

Facebook in ring with NBC’s “Gladiators”
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – NBC is launching an application on Facebook based on its “American Gladiators” series.[Lees verder]

Extremists hone Internet skills: Senate report
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Al Qaeda and other radical groups have dramatically increased their use of the Internet in recent years to lure and train recruits worldwide, a U.S. Senate report warned on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Google sees YouTube products soon; warm on Yahoo
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – Google Inc expects to launch new products for its YouTube Web video service in the next few months and sees reason for closer cooperation with Yahoo Inc, Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Facebook, 49 U.S. states agree on Web safety steps
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Social networking site Facebook announced an agreement on Thursday with 49 U.S. state attorneys general and the District of Columbia to increase efforts to protect its youngest members from sexual predators.[Lees verder]

MySpace to let users share profile across the Net
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp’s MySpace social network will let users choose to share their public profile information, such as pictures, videos, and text, across the Web to spread its service beyond its own borders.[Lees verder]

House panel chair offers network neutrality bill
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday introduced legislation that would bar network providers from discriminating against some Internet content.[Lees verder]

MySpace’s fashionable child launches new designers
LONDON (Reuters) – Young designers competing to get noticed by fashion labels can now launch their careers online through the fashion world’s answer to the social networking Web site MySpace.com.[Lees verder]

Microsoft frees rival slate from Yahoo commitment
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp has released the nominees on its rival slate from their commitment to stand for election to Yahoo Inc’s board in the event of a proxy fight, a source familiar with the situation said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Canadian filmmaker turns to Internet to finance movie
TORONTO (Reuters) – An aspiring Canadian filmmaker is asking the public at large to help fund his first movie project, one frame at a time.[Lees verder]

Studios win $110 million in TorrentSpy suit
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – TorrentSpy bit the dust only weeks ago, shuttering its peer-to-peer file-sharing site. Now a federal judge has ordered the company to pay the Motion Picture Association of America $110 million for infringement of thousands of copyrighted film and TV shows.[Lees verder]

Facebook in ring with NBC’s “Gladiators”
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – NBC is launching an application on Facebook based on its “American Gladiators” series.[Lees verder]

Extremists hone Internet skills: Senate report
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Al Qaeda and other radical groups have dramatically increased their use of the Internet in recent years to lure and train recruits worldwide, a U.S. Senate report warned on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Google sees YouTube products soon; warm on Yahoo
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – Google Inc expects to launch new products for its YouTube Web video service in the next few months and sees reason for closer cooperation with Yahoo Inc, Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Facebook, 49 U.S. states agree on Web safety steps
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Social networking site Facebook announced an agreement on Thursday with 49 U.S. state attorneys general and the District of Columbia to increase efforts to protect its youngest members from sexual predators.[Lees verder]

MySpace to let users share profile across the Net
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp’s MySpace social network will let users choose to share their public profile information, such as pictures, videos, and text, across the Web to spread its service beyond its own borders.[Lees verder]

House panel chair offers network neutrality bill
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday introduced legislation that would bar network providers from discriminating against some Internet content.[Lees verder]

MySpace’s fashionable child launches new designers
LONDON (Reuters) – Young designers competing to get noticed by fashion labels can now launch their careers online through the fashion world’s answer to the social networking Web site MySpace.com.[Lees verder]

Microsoft frees rival slate from Yahoo commitment
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp has released the nominees on its rival slate from their commitment to stand for election to Yahoo Inc’s board in the event of a proxy fight, a source familiar with the situation said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Canadian filmmaker turns to Internet to finance movie
TORONTO (Reuters) – An aspiring Canadian filmmaker is asking the public at large to help fund his first movie project, one frame at a time.[Lees verder]

Studios win $110 million in TorrentSpy suit
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – TorrentSpy bit the dust only weeks ago, shuttering its peer-to-peer file-sharing site. Now a federal judge has ordered the company to pay the Motion Picture Association of America $110 million for infringement of thousands of copyrighted film and TV shows.[Lees verder]