US agents crack down on Internet child pornography

US agents crack down on Internet child pornography
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. law enforcement officials on Wednesday said a crackdown on Internet child pornography has resulted in the arrest of 125 people nationwide, including police officers, high school teachers, and a federal border patrol agent.

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Microsoft releases long-awaited Explorer 7
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. released Internet Explorer 7 on Wednesday, the first major upgrade to its Web browser since 2001 with new features aimed at preventing online fraud and improving ease of use.

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Yahoo sees social network sites competing for ads
NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. faces pressure to invest more in social networking as it sees a dramatic shift by Web audiences to sites like MySpace, YouTube and Facebook, analysts said on Wednesday.

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Lawmaker opposes taxing online virtual economies
LONDON (Reuters) – The Republican head of a U.S. congressional committee said it would be a mistake if the Internal Revenue Service introduced regulations to tax virtual economies such as Second Life and World of Warcraft.

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Microsoft takes step to carry out EU bargain
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Microsoft will brief security software companies on-line on Thursday, after firms McAfee and Symantec complained it was delaying promised cooperation about their security concerns.

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Apple says shipped iPods carrying computer virus
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Some of Apple Computer Inc.’s iPod digital music players shipped in the past month carry a computer virus, according to a posting on Apple’s technical support Web site.

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Iran cuts Internet speeds to homes, cafes
TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran’s internet service providers (ISPs) have started reducing the speed of Internet access to homes and cafes based on new government-imposed limits, a move critics said appeared to be part of a clampdown on the media.

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Monster forges jobs deal with Ohio newspaper
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Monster Worldwide Inc. said on Wednesday that it will provide online job and career services to the Akron Beacon Journal newspaper.

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Microsoft, Orange launch messaging in France
PARIS (Reuters) – Microsoft and France Telecom said on Wednesday they would launch the U.S. software giant’s instant messaging system on mobile phones in France in December and other European countries next year.

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US agents crack down on Internet child pornography
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. law enforcement officials on Wednesday said a crackdown on Internet child pornography has resulted in the arrest of 125 people nationwide, including police officers, high school teachers, and a federal border patrol agent.

[Lees verder]

Microsoft releases long-awaited Explorer 7
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. released Internet Explorer 7 on Wednesday, the first major upgrade to its Web browser since 2001 with new features aimed at preventing online fraud and improving ease of use.

[Lees verder]

Yahoo sees social network sites competing for ads
NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. faces pressure to invest more in social networking as it sees a dramatic shift by Web audiences to sites like MySpace, YouTube and Facebook, analysts said on Wednesday.

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Lawmaker opposes taxing online virtual economies
LONDON (Reuters) – The Republican head of a U.S. congressional committee said it would be a mistake if the Internal Revenue Service introduced regulations to tax virtual economies such as Second Life and World of Warcraft.

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Microsoft takes step to carry out EU bargain
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Microsoft will brief security software companies on-line on Thursday, after firms McAfee and Symantec complained it was delaying promised cooperation about their security concerns.

[Lees verder]

Apple says shipped iPods carrying computer virus
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Some of Apple Computer Inc.’s iPod digital music players shipped in the past month carry a computer virus, according to a posting on Apple’s technical support Web site.

[Lees verder]

Iran cuts Internet speeds to homes, cafes
TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran’s internet service providers (ISPs) have started reducing the speed of Internet access to homes and cafes based on new government-imposed limits, a move critics said appeared to be part of a clampdown on the media.

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Monster forges jobs deal with Ohio newspaper
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Monster Worldwide Inc. said on Wednesday that it will provide online job and career services to the Akron Beacon Journal newspaper.

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Microsoft, Orange launch messaging in France
PARIS (Reuters) – Microsoft and France Telecom said on Wednesday they would launch the U.S. software giant’s instant messaging system on mobile phones in France in December and other European countries next year.

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