G8 needs private sector help to end child porn

G8 needs private sector help to end child porn
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) – World powers vowed on Thursday to increase efforts to combat sexual exploitation of children by Internet pornographers but said governments alone could not stamp out the Web crime.[Lees verder]

Facebook becomes hub for outside software makers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook.com on Thursday took the wraps off its highly anticipated makeover from a members-only club into what it hopes can allow it to become a software operating system for all sorts of Internet media.[Lees verder]

BETonSPORTS pleads guilty to racketeering
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – BETonSPORTS Plc, an Internet gambling company, pleaded guilty to federal racketeering charges and agreed to supply witnesses and evidence in a case against the company’s co-defendants, U.S. prosecutors said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Philadelphia wireless Internet project advances
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – Philadelphia has finished testing its wireless Internet project, setting the stage for America’s biggest citywide Wi-Fi network that will also offer access to low-income households, officials said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

College Web music service Ruckus gets $10 million
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Ruckus, a free and legal digital music service for U.S. college students, said on Thursday it received $10 million in funding that it will use to expand the advertising-supported business.[Lees verder]

G8 needs private sector help to end child porn
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) – World powers vowed on Thursday to increase efforts to combat sexual exploitation of children by Internet pornographers but said governments alone could not stamp out the Web crime.[Lees verder]

Facebook becomes hub for outside software makers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook.com on Thursday took the wraps off its highly anticipated makeover from a members-only club into what it hopes can allow it to become a software operating system for all sorts of Internet media.[Lees verder]

BETonSPORTS pleads guilty to racketeering
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – BETonSPORTS Plc, an Internet gambling company, pleaded guilty to federal racketeering charges and agreed to supply witnesses and evidence in a case against the company’s co-defendants, U.S. prosecutors said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Philadelphia wireless Internet project advances
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – Philadelphia has finished testing its wireless Internet project, setting the stage for America’s biggest citywide Wi-Fi network that will also offer access to low-income households, officials said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

College Web music service Ruckus gets $10 million
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Ruckus, a free and legal digital music service for U.S. college students, said on Thursday it received $10 million in funding that it will use to expand the advertising-supported business.[Lees verder]