Stop surfing, make friends, Indian students told

Stop surfing, make friends, Indian students told
MUMBAI (Reuters) – One of India’s top engineering schools has restricted Internet access in its hostels, saying addiction to surfing, gaming and blogging was affecting students’ performance, making them reclusive and even suicidal.[Lees verder]

Game over for China’s net addicts
BEIJING (Reuters) – Combining sympathy with discipline, a military-style boot camp near Beijing is at the front-line of China’s battle against Internet addiction, a disorder afflicting millions of the nation’s youth.[Lees verder]

Small Internet radio hit by new royalty rates
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Small webcasters are crying foul over new royalty rates they must pay for streaming recordings.[Lees verder]

EU takes aim at Apple over iTunes
BERLIN (Reuters) – European Union consumer chief Meglena Kuneva has hit out at Apple Inc.’s bundling of its popular iPod music players and its iTunes online music store, according to German weekly magazine Focus.[Lees verder]

China lawmaker warns of defense leaks via Internet
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese Internet users should keep national security in mind and not reveal military secrets through online chat rooms, emails or blogs, Xinhua news agency said on Sunday citing a warning from a member of parliament.[Lees verder]

Stop surfing, make friends, Indian students told
MUMBAI (Reuters) – One of India’s top engineering schools has restricted Internet access in its hostels, saying addiction to surfing, gaming and blogging was affecting students’ performance, making them reclusive and even suicidal.[Lees verder]

Game over for China’s net addicts
BEIJING (Reuters) – Combining sympathy with discipline, a military-style boot camp near Beijing is at the front-line of China’s battle against Internet addiction, a disorder afflicting millions of the nation’s youth.[Lees verder]

Small Internet radio hit by new royalty rates
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Small webcasters are crying foul over new royalty rates they must pay for streaming recordings.[Lees verder]

EU takes aim at Apple over iTunes
BERLIN (Reuters) – European Union consumer chief Meglena Kuneva has hit out at Apple Inc.’s bundling of its popular iPod music players and its iTunes online music store, according to German weekly magazine Focus.[Lees verder]

China lawmaker warns of defense leaks via Internet
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese Internet users should keep national security in mind and not reveal military secrets through online chat rooms, emails or blogs, Xinhua news agency said on Sunday citing a warning from a member of parliament.[Lees verder]