Prince to sue YouTube, eBay over music use

Prince to sue YouTube, eBay over music use
LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. pop star Prince plans to sue YouTube and other major Web sites for unauthorized use of his music in a bid to “reclaim his art on the Internet”.[Lees verder]

Google sponsors moon landing prize
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – Web search leader Google Inc. will sponsor a $30 million competition for an unmanned lunar landing, following up on the $10 million Ansari X Prize that spurred a private sector race to space.[Lees verder]

China warns of virus-tainted mooncake e-cards
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has warned Internet users to be wary of downloading virus-infected mooncake greeting cards ahead of the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival after a wave of Internet worms hit hard-drives last year.[Lees verder]

Google says world could use Asian privacy approach
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc, the world’s largest Internet company, will propose at a meeting of European policymakers in France on Friday that national regulators agree on a basic set of global privacy protections.[Lees verder]

Democrats field questions in online “mash-up”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The 2008 Democratic White House contenders broke no new ground on issues like Iraq and health care during an online forum on Thursday, but the format did.[Lees verder]

Germany arrests 10 in global Internet scam raids
BERLIN (Reuters) – German police have arrested 10 people suspected of being involved in an international Internet scam which could have cost victims hundreds of thousands of euros, the Federal Police Office said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Free TV channel aims for Internet content
HELSINKI (Reuters) – All you need to launch your own television channel is a mobile phone with a camera, Finnish technology startup Floobs said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Websites let you be banker to world’s poor
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Fueled by last year’s Nobel Prize for a man nicknamed “banker to the poor,” microlending to small businesses in the world’s poorest countries is booming as individuals discover they can be their own mini World Bank.[Lees verder]

Prince to sue YouTube, eBay over music use
LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. pop star Prince plans to sue YouTube and other major Web sites for unauthorized use of his music in a bid to “reclaim his art on the Internet”.[Lees verder]

Google sponsors moon landing prize
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – Web search leader Google Inc. will sponsor a $30 million competition for an unmanned lunar landing, following up on the $10 million Ansari X Prize that spurred a private sector race to space.[Lees verder]

China warns of virus-tainted mooncake e-cards
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has warned Internet users to be wary of downloading virus-infected mooncake greeting cards ahead of the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival after a wave of Internet worms hit hard-drives last year.[Lees verder]

Google says world could use Asian privacy approach
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc, the world’s largest Internet company, will propose at a meeting of European policymakers in France on Friday that national regulators agree on a basic set of global privacy protections.[Lees verder]

Democrats field questions in online “mash-up”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The 2008 Democratic White House contenders broke no new ground on issues like Iraq and health care during an online forum on Thursday, but the format did.[Lees verder]

Germany arrests 10 in global Internet scam raids
BERLIN (Reuters) – German police have arrested 10 people suspected of being involved in an international Internet scam which could have cost victims hundreds of thousands of euros, the Federal Police Office said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Free TV channel aims for Internet content
HELSINKI (Reuters) – All you need to launch your own television channel is a mobile phone with a camera, Finnish technology startup Floobs said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Websites let you be banker to world’s poor
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Fueled by last year’s Nobel Prize for a man nicknamed “banker to the poor,” microlending to small businesses in the world’s poorest countries is booming as individuals discover they can be their own mini World Bank.[Lees verder]