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Hollywood Sues To Halt Online TV Piracy

A group of 12 major Hollywood studios is asking a federal court to stop RecordTV.com from transmitting movies and TV shows over the Internet without acquiring distribution rights.

GOP Launches Congressional Web Site

Key members of the U.S. House of Representatives Republican leadership gathered on Friday to launch GOP.gov, a Web site designed to inform the public about current issues and the views of GOP members of Congress.

EarthLink Broadens Base, Buys OneMain.com

EarthLink, Inc. (Nasdaq: ELNK), the second largest Internet service provider (ISP) in the United States, said on Thursday that it will buy top-ten ISP OneMain.com (Nasdaq: ONEM) for $308 million (US$) in cash and stock.

Music Downloaders Willing To Pay

A new survey by digital entertainment research and information company Webnoize suggests that most college students who use Napster's controversial music file-swapping software would be willing to pay to keep that privilege.

Mobile Phones Swamped by E-Mail Virus

Antivirus labs in Russia and Finland have identified a new e-mail virus that sends spam, or mass amounts of unwanted e-mail, to mobile phones.

U.S. Treasury Supports Internet Tax Ban

In a speech given to the Computer and Communications Industry Association on Monday, U.S. Treasury Deputy Secretary Stuart Eizenstat declared the agency's support of a permanent Internet sales tax ban, despite the contribution such taxes would make to U.S. coffers.

AOL Slam Dunks NBA Marketing Deal

America Online, Inc. (NYSE: AOL) and the National Basketball Association (NBA) have forged a strategic marketing alliance to promote NBA.com, WNBA.com and America Online's Internet service and Web sites.

Juno Sues NetZero, Qualcomm in Patent Dispute

Juno Online Services, Inc. (Nasdaq: JWEB) has filed suit against NetZero, Inc. (Nasdaq: NZRO) and Qualcomm, Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) in U.S. District Court for infringement of one of its patents.

King of Pop Takes On Cyberspace

Jackson International LLC, the investment company owned by multi-platinum recording artist Michael Jackson, is backing a new interactive entertainment and marketing site known as HollywoodTicket.com.

Amazon Inks Downloadable Book Deals

Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) announced two new ventures on Wednesday designed to provide customers with instant access to their book purchases.

Barnesandnoble.com To Offer Online Education

Brick-and-click retailer Barnes & Noble (Nasdaq: BNBN) announced an initiative Tuesday to develop Barnes & Noble University, a customized Internet site for online learning.

AOL and WorldCom in Net Access Pact

In an effort to solidify its long-term relationship with the world's number one ISP, WorldCom (Nasdaq: WCOM) has announced plans to market America Online (NYSE: AOL), to its customers and offer long distance calling credit as an incentive for new AOL subscribers.

AT&T Boosts Internet over the Phone

AT&T Corp. (NYSE: T), the largest telephone company in the United States, and Tellme Networks, Inc. jointly announced on Monday that they have formed a strategic alliance designed to stimulate new demand for Web content, commerce and communications delivered over the telephone.

AT&T Boosts Internet over the Phone

AT&T Corp. (NYSE: T), the largest telephone company in the United States, and Tellme Networks, Inc. jointly announced on Monday that they have formed a strategic alliance designed to stimulate new demand for Web content, commerce and communications delivered over the telephone.

AT&T Boosts Internet over the Phone

AT&T Corp. (NYSE: T), the largest telephone company in the United States, and Tellme Networks, Inc. jointly announced on Monday that they have formed a strategic alliance designed to stimulate new demand for Web content, commerce and communications delivered over the telephone.

U.S. Launches Probe into Airline Supersite

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced Thursday that it has launched an investigation into the mammoth Internet venture being formed by 30 airline companies.

Terra Lycos Deal Faces Rocky Road

Just days after Tuesday's announcement that Web portal Lycos, Inc. (Nasdaq: LCOS) will be bought by Spanish ISP Terra Networks, SA (Nasdaq: TRRA), indications are emerging that the deal might not be a foregone conclusion.

‘Phantom Congressman’ Inspires Net Legislation

In order to kill an e-mail rumor that would not die, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill earlier this week prohibiting the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from levying any additional charges on consumers for Internet access.

Report: Net Access Key for Wireless Users

According to a new study by the Strategis Group, nearly 33 percent of cell phone users who responded said they would pay an additional $13 (US$) per month or more to surf the Internet on their phones.

Nations Gather To Target Cybercrime

As Philippine government efforts to solve the Love Bug virus mystery progress at a snail's pace, representatives of the Group of Eight (G8) industrialized nations are meeting in Paris today to discuss coordinated efforts to fight cybercrime.

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