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Cryptohackers Breach StatCounter to Steal Bitcoins

Using script blocking add-ons like NoScript and uBlock/uMatrix can put a measure of personal control in the website user's hands. It makes Web browsing more challenging, noted Raymond Zenkich, COO of BlockRe "But you can see what code is being pulled into a site and disable it...

Did VMware Flout Open Source License Terms?

"The contours of what constitutes a GPL violation in the formation of a derivative work employing Linux code has not been decided in Germany or apparently elsewhere," noted Raymond Van Dyke, principal of Van Dyke Law "On the one hand, creative expression should not be hampere...

Apple Wins Some, Loses Some in E-Book Price-Fixing Case

Technology has put the book release and promotion business in a state of flux, remarked Raymond Van Dyke, principal of Van Dyke Law "Things change, and punishments can become obsolete and unjust," Van Dyke told MacNewsWorld. "With circumstances morphing, the Department of Ju...

The Ghost of SCO Dogs IBM Again

IBM "is likely wanting to appear fair," commented Raymond Van Dyke, principal at Van Dyke Law. "Assuming there is no new evidence to confer code ownership on SCO, IBM probably hopes to put a stake into the matter." IBM did not respond to our request to comment for this story....

Telcos Score Victory in Legal Wrangling Over Warrantless Wiretaps

If nothing else, the case represents the often delicate balance between constitutional and practical concerns generated by modern technologies, noted Raymond Van Dyke, a partner with Merchant & Gould. "Although the judge's ruling followed the letter of the law, many privacy g...

DoJ May Probe Collusion Over Tech Talent Pools

There is a new mindset at the Justice department, evidenced by the leaked news of this confidential inquiry, suggested Raymond Van Dyke, a partner with Merchant & Gould. It "indicates the Obama administration's intent to carefully scrutinize American companies' business pract...

Microsoft Ditches EC Oral Hearing Plans in a Huff

Indeed, the EU's pursuit of Microsoft and other U.S. companies for violating its competition laws has been going on for years, observed Raymond Van Dyke, a partner with Merchant & Gould "Many in the U.S. feel that U.S. companies have been unfairly treated in comparison to EU-r...

FTC May Take Hard Look at Look-Alike Google, Apple Boards

Still, antitrust law does allow room for an FTC investigation under these circumstances, explained Raymond Van Dyke, a partner with Merchant & Gould. "The Clayton Act of 1914, particularly Section 8, governs situations where there are interlocking directors, such as where an ...

YouTube Filled With Sounds of Silence

The line for determining what's permissible and what's not isn't clear, and courts employ various factors to guide them in making this decision, agreed Raymond Van Dyke, an attorney with Merchant & Gould. "With potentially large statutory damages possible for not taking down ...

Google, Mozilla Join Chorus Against Microsoft in EU Antitrust Tiff

The EU's antitrust regulators appear to engage in selective enforcement, suggested Raymond Van Dyke, a technology attorney and partner at Merchant & Gould. "Although they aver their independence, it is odd how competition standards vary when European companies are under consideration," he told the E-Commerce Times.

Judge Scuttles Class Status for Vista Capable Suit

It was because the plaintiffs in the case seemed to have different grievances about the compatibility of Vista with their respective computers that the judge ruled against the creation of the class, explained Raymond Van Dyke, a technology attorney in the Washington, D.C., office of Merchant & Gould...

T3 Petitions EC to Clamp Down on IBM’s Mainframe Action

The EU has been quite strict with U.S. companies of late, as evidenced by a recent ruling against Microsoft, noted Raymond Van Dyke, an attorney and partner at Merchant & Gould in Washington, D.C "With the recent EU antitrust decision against Microsoft, T3 Technologies is like...

Quick Change Artists Resurrect Facebook’s ‘Scrabulous’ as ‘Wordscraper’

"The 'Scrabulous' game was an interesting take on an established and well-known game. For many reasons, the new game was popular because of the old game, which had the same rules, very similar name and other indications, making people think that new game was sanctioned. It was not, and we know the consequences," explained Raymond Van Dyke, a technology attorney in Washington, DC...

RIM Workaround May Give BlackBerry Users Breathing Room

The US Mode queues up messages differently, thus working around the technology at the heart of the pending litigation, which NTB claims it patented, explained Raymond Van Dyke, a Washington, D.C.-based partner in the Nixon Peabody law firm Success Unclear...

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J.D. Edwards, traditionally a player in the ERP (enterprise resource planning) space, added CRM to its roster in 2001 through the acquisition of YOUcentric.The resulting suite of applications, J.D. Edwards CRM version 1.2, promises easy integration withexisting back office systems -- J.D. Edwards and others -- and is highly flexible, the company says, thanks to its modular architecture.

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