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TLD for Mobile Devices Approved by ICANN
Jul 12, 2005 8:11 AM PDTICANN has given the go-ahead for the .mobi top-level domain for cellular phones and other mobile communications devices.
Battle for Internet Control Heating Up
Jul 11, 2005 2:49 PM PDTA United Nations subcommittee may recommend shifting control over many of the Internet’s functions from the United States to either the U.N. or the International Telecommunications Union.
Antitrust Experts Eye Adobe Purchase of Macromedia
Jul 11, 2005 12:44 PM PDTFederal regulators are holding up Adobe’s proposed acquisition of Macromedia by requesting additional information and market studies to determine if the companies’ merger violates the Sherman Antitrust Act.
Direct Marketer Questions Perfect 10 Suit
Jul 7, 2005 12:30 PM PDTSearch marketing “expert” Kevin Lee says Perfect 10’s pending intellectual property lawsuit against Amazon.com doesn’t hold much water, but Perfect 10 founder Norm Zada tells XBiz that Lee doesn’t have his facts straight.
Government Criticizes Progress of New Internet
Jul 6, 2005 12:46 PM PDTTaking issue with the slow deployment of a new Internet infrastructure, also known as IPv6, House Government Reform Committee member Tom Davis, R-Va., expressed concern recently that the United States is lagging behind the rest of the world.
Tenn. Supreme Court Rules Anti-Adult Law Unconstitutional
Jul 6, 2005 11:26 AM PDTTennessee’s Supreme Court has struck down an ordinance designed to restrict adult-oriented businesses, saying it was overly broad and vague.
Penis Pill Spammer Heads to Court
Jul 6, 2005 9:10 AM PDTChristopher William Smith, the 25-year-old Minnesota man who has already made $18 million this year hawking male enhancement pills, faces time in a federal penitentiary for spam crimes that include selling fake college degrees, X-rated pictures and cable decoders.
Google Keeps Quiet About Legal Victory
Jul 6, 2005 6:00 AM PDTAs Google prepares to defend itself against click fraud charges in two separate lawsuits, the search engine has quietly posted a victory in a click fraud case of its own.
Adult DVD Empire Removes Content Until 2257 Compliance Reached
Jul 5, 2005 3:51 PM PDTIn reaction to the updated 2257 record-keeping requirements set forth by the Justice Department on June 23, AdultDVDempire.com sent out a statement Tuesday to all affiliates informing them of some dramatic but temporary changes to its website.
Google Faces Click Fraud Charges
Jul 5, 2005 3:08 PM PDTDominant search engine Google has been sued in federal court for failing to prevent click fraud in its AdWords and AdSense programs.
WEB / TECH NEWS
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