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Foundem accuses Google of using its power to favour own links - 1er décembre 2010
Price comparison site Foundem has complained that Google’s search algorithm demoted its results Foundem is a shopping comparison site whose founders woke up one day in June 2006 to discover that the worst had happened : it had vanished from Google. Being banished from the search engine’s listings is a frequent (...)

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Pirate Bay co-founders lose appeal - 26 novembre 2010
Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Carl Lundstrom remain guilty of illegal filesharing and have fines increased from $2m to $6.5m The Pirate Bay’s co-founders today lost their appeal against convictions for encouraging illegal filesharing, and have had their collective fine increased by $2m (£1.3m) to $6.5m (£4.1m). A (...)

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Tim Berners-Lee : Facebook could fragment web - 22 novembre 2010
Founder of world wide web says some of the most successful social networking sites ’have begun to chip away at its principles’ Facebook, LinkedIn and other social networking sites represent "one of several threats" to the future of the world wide web, its founder, Sir Tim Berners-Lee has warned. Some of the web’s (...)

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Rupert Murdoch creates ’iNewspaper’ - with the help of Steve Jobs - 22 novembre 2010
News Corp reportedly set to launch iPad news publication exclusively via download Rusbridger warns of ’chilling effect’ of News Corp’s bid for BSkyB Rupert Murdoch, head of the media giant News Corp, and Steve Jobs, the chief executive of Apple, are preparing to unveil a new digital "newspaper" called the Daily at (...)

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MySpace announces ’Mashup with Facebook’ collaboration - 19 novembre 2010
Alliance between News Corp’s beleaguered site and longtime rival will put them in direct competition with Apple’s Ping Once the best of enemies in the battle to be the world’s No 1 social network, MySpace today finally capitulated to Facebook’s popularity, announcing a partnership that brings the two sites closer. (...)

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ISPs should be free to abandon net neutrality, says Ed Vaizey - 17 novembre 2010
Minister says internet should be lightly regulated, with network operators allowed to favour one content provider over another Internet service providers such as BT should be allowed to abandon net neutrality and prioritise users’ access to certain content providers, the communications minister Ed Vaizey said in a (...)

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BT and TalkTalk granted judicial review of Digital Economy Act - 10 novembre 2010
Broadband providers’ move throws uncertainty on future of government plan to tackle illegal filesharing BT and TalkTalk today won the right to a judicial review of the Digital Economy Act, throwing controversial government proposals to tackle illegal filesharing into uncertainty. BT and TalkTalk, two of the UK’s (...)

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Cooks Source : US copyright complaint sparks Twitter and Facebook storm - 5 novembre 2010
Web users take up case of blogger whose work was allegedly lifted by magazine – which then told her she should be grateful A US student blogger has found herself at the centre of a Twitter storm after a magazine allegedly lifted her work – and then told her she should be grateful it had done so. Monica Gaudio was (...)

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Facebook : Conquering the world through mobile and social - 4 novembre 2010
Facebook’s head of mobile business, Henri Moissinac, gave some tantalising insights into the firm’s mobile aspirations when I interviewed him at the Planet of the Apps conference in London yesterday. At one point he described Facebook’s very telling vision of the direction of consumer web behaviour, saying that (...)

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The smartphone patent wars, pt 94 : SmartPhone Technologies sues HTC, Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Kyocera - 2 novembre 2010
Bookmark this page : this is where our cut-out-and-keep diagram will live. The latest instalment : a litigious company adds to its pile of patent infringement claims They seem never-ending - and it might be that the smartphone patent wars are going to continue until the earth is swallowed by the sun. There’s (...)

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Chinese Twitter user seized after supporting Liu Xiaobo - 27 octobre 2010
Police arrest woman after she tweets her intention to march with a banner praising jailed Nobel peace prize winner Chinese police seized a woman from her house in the middle of the night after she tweeted her intention to demonstrate with a banner congratulating jailed dissident Liu Xiaobo on winning the Nobel (...)

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Google investigated over household data privacy breaches - 25 octobre 2010
Watchdog has launched inquiry after company admitted copying emails and passwords while setting up Street View service The UK privacy watchdog has launched an investigation into Google after it admitted copying household computer passwords and emails from unsecured wireless networks, when taking photographs for (...)

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Facebook apps ’leaking details to advertisers’ - 18 octobre 2010
Social networking site will be concerned that applications such as FarmVille can reveal user IDs despite strong privacy settings Many applications on Facebook can pass on information to advertisers that personally identifies users and friends to advertisers and "internet tracking agencies", the Wall Street (...)

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Microsoft takes a billion-dollar gamble on ’glance and glare’ phone - 13 octobre 2010
Technology company makes new assault on smartphone market dominated by iPhone and Android Microsoft made its final roll of the dice in the global smartphone market today, launching a new mobile operating system which the software powerhouse hopes will rival iPhone and Android devices. The Windows Phone 7 marks a (...)

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50% of second-hand mobile phones contain personal data - 12 octobre 2010
A sample of phones being sold on eBay revealed credit card information, account details and intimate pictures Consumers are unwittingly passing much of their most private personal data to strangers when they discard mobile phones, with intimate photos and credit card numbers and pins frequently left on handsets, (...)

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Enjoy the film. Then try Facebook’s real challenge : restoring your privacy - 12 octobre 2010
New technologies allow firms and governments to crawl all over our private lives. They also empower us to fight back A couple of days after watching The Social Network, the new film about Facebook, I was visiting two senior people at Facebook’s headquarters in Palo Alto, just off the Stanford campus. "How did you (...)

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Is your private phone number on Facebook ? Probably. And so are your friends’ - 11 octobre 2010
Uploads from iPhones using the Facebook app will push all your contacts onto Facebook’s servers - where they’ll be matched against any and everyone. Worried at all ? Update : Or how about a random Facebooker’s number ? Facebook iPhone app warning Facebook’s iPhone app does ask you to press a button before using it. (...)

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Adobe and Microsoft : an acquisition that wouldn’t make sense for either side - 11 octobre 2010
Rumours that Adobe might be bought by the software giant don’t stand up to examination – because the two sides have more to gain apart than together Adobe has declined to comment on a report in the New York Times that its chief executive met Steve Ballmer, head of Microsoft, to discuss tactics relating to Apple - (...)

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BlackBerry escapes blackout in UAE - 8 octobre 2010
Smartphone maker RIM wins reprieve days before introduction of ban on email, messaging and web browsing BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) today won a reprieve on the threat of a blackout on its 500,000 smartphone users in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), just days before security agencies were due to (...)

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Microsoft chief executive : patent laws need reforming - 5 octobre 2010
Steve Ballmer also says China should do more stop piracy otherwise the nation’s companies will suffer Patent law needs reforming in the US and Europe, according to Steve Ballmer, the chief executive of Microsoft – who also warned that China’s government needs to crack down on piracy there if home-grown companies are (...)