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One Year Ago: MP3.com Caves in to Legal Blow

Just weeks after being found liable for copyright infringement, MP3.com (Nasdaq: MPPP) announced Wednesday that it is voluntarily removing "Big Five" record company content from its My.MP3.com database ...

One Year Ago: Report: 80 Percent of Online Travel Sites Will Fold

According to a new report by investment bank Bear Stearns, 80 percent of online travel sites are destined to fail over the next five years ...

One Year Ago: Autoweb and CarsDirect Forge Online Alliance

As competition in the online auto sales space continues to grow fierce, Internet car-shopping services Autoweb.com and CarsDirect.com have teamed up to try to capture a larger share of the market ...

One Year Ago: Antitrust Judge Likens Microsoft to Standard Oil

U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson dealt Microsoft Corp. a significant blow in its ongoing antitrust trial yesterday by comparing the software company to John D. Rockefeller's 19th century Standard Oil monopoly that was broken up by the U.S. government some 90 years ago ...

U.S. Seeks EU Internet Tax Accord

After meeting in Brussels with European Commission officials on Wednesday, U.S. Undersecretary of Commerce Robert LaRussa said that e-commerce issues related to Internet taxation and data protection should be the subject of ongoing international dialogue ...

Capitol Hill Mulls Ban on Net Gambling

Controversy continued to mount Thursday over the issue of Internet gambling, which appeared headed for a U.S. government ban earlier this week. A vote on a pending House of Representatives bill could come as early as next week ...

AOL in Digital Download Deal

Mammoth Internet service provider America Online announced an agreement Tuesday with InterTrust Technologies Corp. that will allow AOL's 23 million subscribers to digitally download music and videos for a fee, while protecting copyrighted material from theft ...

Music Industry Seeks Napster Shutdown

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) asked a federal court judge Monday to issue an injunction to prevent music swap site Napster from "facilitating or assisting others in the copying, downloading, uploading, transmission or distribution of copyrighted musical works." ...

Microsoft Judge Favors Three-Way Split

U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson dropped a bombshell in the ongoing Microsoft antitrust case Wednesday when he revealed that he is leaning toward splitting Microsoft Corp. into three parts, rather than the two proposed by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) ...

FTC Seeking Net Privacy Regulation

In a step that has sparked debate across all corners of the political landscape, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) voted Friday to ask Congress for the authority to impose stiffer regulations to protect consumer privacy online ...

DOJ, States Slam Microsoft Proposal

In a blistering 73-page response filed Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and 19 states staunchly rejected Microsoft Corporation's proposal for self-imposed remedies to keep its company intact ...

MP3.com Caves in to Legal Blow

Just weeks after being found liable for copyright infringement, MP3.com (Nasdaq: MPPP) announced Wednesday that it is voluntarily removing "Big Five" record company content from its My.MP3.com database ...

Report: Government Seeks Microsoft Split

After weeks of behind-the-scenes wrangling over remedies in the Microsoft antitrust case, published reports Monday indicate that the U.S. government and 19 states are inclined to seek a breakup of the company ...

Report: 80 Percent of Online Travel Sites Will Fold

According to a new report by investment bank Bear Stearns, 80 percent of online travel sites are destined to fail over the next five years ...

FTC and DOJ Issue Joint Antitrust Guidelines

Just days after the landmark antitrust ruling was handed down against Microsoft Corp., the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have issued joint guidelines for companies that seek to collaborate with competitors on the Internet ...

Microsoft Braces for Antitrust Ruling

With all hopes for a settlement of the antitrust case against it dashed, software giant Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is bracing for harsh sanctions and a possible breakup of the company when federal judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issues his ruling sometime this week ...

Healthcare Giants Fuel B2B Frenzy

Healthcare giants Johnson & Johnson, GE Medical Systems, Baxter International, Inc., Abbott Laboratories and Medtronic, Inc. have further fueled the current business-to-business (B2B) feeding frenzy by announcing plans to create a privately held exchange to streamline purchasing for healthcare providers ...

Tickets.com Scores Victory in Hyperlinking Case

In a case that could have widespread implications for the future of Internet competition, a federal judge has ruled that online companies can legally provide links to rival Web sites ...

Online Beauty Sites Face Uncertain Future

This week's announcements that e-tailers Gloss.com and Beautyscene.com are up for sale are a strong indication that online beauty products firms will be among the early victims of the projected e-commerce shakeout ...

Autoweb and CarsDirect Forge Online Alliance

As competition in the online auto sales space continues to grow fierce, Internet car-shopping services Autoweb.com and CarsDirect.com have teamed up to try to capture a larger share of the market ...

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