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Google Fights Domain Name Tasting

Google Inc. announced yesterday that it would begin to take increasing measures against domain name tasting, a practice which exploits a grace period originally designed to rectify legitimate mistakes, such as registrants mistyping the domain... More...

Mom Fights RIAA Without Attorney

A woman from New York sued by the RIAA for illegal downloading is taking on the music industry group without the assistance of an attorney. Patricia Santangelo contends she has never downloaded a single... More...

Cisco Fights Shareholders on Human Rights

Internet equipment maker Cisco Systems is fighting a shareholder action that urges the company to adopt a comprehensive human rights policy for its dealings with the Chinese government, and with other states practicing political censorship... More...

AOL Fights Phishing

America Online has begun a campaign to identify and block fraudulent Web sites that attempt to solicit personal information from visitors, it says. The crackdown against so-called "phishing" sites is being conducted in partnership with... More...

Linux fights off hackers

Linux systems are getting tougher for hackers to crack, security experts have reported today. A study by not-for-profit IT security testing organisation Honeynet Project has shown that, on average, Linux systems today take three months... More...

MSN Search Beta Launched, Google Fights Back

Today, Microsoft launched a public beta of their search offering, MSN Search. New features include integration with other Microsoft sites (e.g. Encarta, MSN Music), basic questions search (e.g. What is the capital of Turkey? ->... More...

Microsoft Fights Spam at the Source

In its continuing fight against unsolicited commercial e-mail, Microsoft plans to filter outgoing messages on its consumer mail services and is busy developing new "proofing" technologies, the software maker's chief spam fighter says. The fight... More...

Encrypted File Sharing: P2P Fights Back

Is it possible to end the investigations and prosecutions that the RIAA, the music download police and similar entities use to prosecute users of file-sharing networks? The answer depends, say online security experts, on which... More...

Hormel fights to defend Spam name

Hormel Foods has filed two legal challenges with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office seeking to prevent Spam Arrest, a Seattle software company, from using the Spam name Hormel has used for decades on its... More...

AOL fights IM fade-out

America Online is warming up to instant messaging video features that it once dismissed as irrelevant, in the latest sign that the company is playing catch-up to rivals in a key communications technology that it... More...

Google fights search-fixing charges

Good ol' google :) "The search engine is fighting claims by online advertising network Search King that it was deliberately demoted in Google's all-important PageRank. Google has moved to quash a lawsuit that... More...

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