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- Jul 07,
New legislation recently introduced by a group of powerful U.S. senators would allow artists and entertainment companies to sue creators of products, such as peer-to-peer (P-to-P) software, that "induce" copyright violations. Yahoo News Story Opinion Editorial: Even though these programs are primarily used to share movies and songs that are protected under copyright laws this Bill could be bad law if not written properly. So far it looks like the recording industry or movie industry would be able to sue the companies that make these programs. Not all uses of these programs are illegal and many are used for legitimate purposes. I don't know about you but I think there is a good chance that Tom Daschle and Orrin HatchJul 07,
And now some geeky fun: a collection of funny articles from Microsoft's Knowledge Base. Personal favorites: Q276304: Error Message: Your Password Must Be at Least 18770 Characters and Cannot Repeat Any of Your Previous 30689 Passwords Q110317 Screen Corruption When Aircraft Crashes Q264443: Wall Will Not Glue or Is Not Cleaned Up Q136022: Israel Anthem Suddenly StopsJul 07,
The Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team touched off a storm this week when it recommended for security reasons using browsers other than Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer. Yahoo Story Wired News articleJul 06,
A teenager was arrested early Wednesday in a California theater showing "Spider-Man 2" after a projectionist using night vision goggles saw him using a camcorder to make an illegal copy of the superhero sequel. The U.S. movie industry is enlisting theater employees to help combat piracy, offering a reward of up to $500 for every person they catch illegally recording films and report to the police. This is the first of many possible arrests. The full story can be found here.Jul 02,