Google.org expands funding to attack world crises

Google.org expands funding to attack world crises
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google.org, the philanthropic arm of Google Inc, said on Thursday it is expanding beyond funding for alternative energy to focus on projects in health and combating poverty and climate change.[Lees verder]

Web yields deadly tricks for crime writers
LONDON (Reuters) – Thinking about killing someone and can’t figure out how to finish the job and make crime pay? It’s the kind of stuff that keeps crime fiction writers awake at night.[Lees verder]

California task force urges broadband bonds
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California should consider issuing debt to augment private investment in enhancing and expanding high-speed communications services, a state task force said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

UK seeks ways to stop militant grooming on Web
LONDON (Reuters) – The British government wants the Internet industry to help combat militant Islamism on the Web in the same way it cooperates in fighting sex crime against children, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Turner, NBA extend relationship to digital
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Cable network Turner Broadcasting System and the National Basketball Association said on Thursday they have expanded their long-term partnership to include digital assets such as the league’s 24-hour TV network and Web sites.[Lees verder]

China says struggling to control online piracy
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is struggling to contain a surge in online piracy, specifically cases involving the illegal downloading of movies, music and books, and needs tougher punishments, a senior official said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Google.org expands funding to attack world crises
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google.org, the philanthropic arm of Google Inc, said on Thursday it is expanding beyond funding for alternative energy to focus on projects in health and combating poverty and climate change.[Lees verder]

Web yields deadly tricks for crime writers
LONDON (Reuters) – Thinking about killing someone and can’t figure out how to finish the job and make crime pay? It’s the kind of stuff that keeps crime fiction writers awake at night.[Lees verder]

California task force urges broadband bonds
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California should consider issuing debt to augment private investment in enhancing and expanding high-speed communications services, a state task force said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

UK seeks ways to stop militant grooming on Web
LONDON (Reuters) – The British government wants the Internet industry to help combat militant Islamism on the Web in the same way it cooperates in fighting sex crime against children, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Turner, NBA extend relationship to digital
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Cable network Turner Broadcasting System and the National Basketball Association said on Thursday they have expanded their long-term partnership to include digital assets such as the league’s 24-hour TV network and Web sites.[Lees verder]

China says struggling to control online piracy
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is struggling to contain a surge in online piracy, specifically cases involving the illegal downloading of movies, music and books, and needs tougher punishments, a senior official said on Thursday.[Lees verder]