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Fight Over iPad Name Spills Into US Court – Wall Street Journal

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Children Used To Steal Parents’ Data

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Barence writes "PC Pro's Davey Winder has revealed how pre-school children are being targeted by data thieves. Security vendors have uncovered a bunch of Flash-based games, colorful and attractive to young kids, which came complete with a remote access trojan. The trojan is usually installed behind a button to download more free games, but BitDefender even found one painting application where the very act of swiping the paintbrush over an online pet to change the color of the virtual animal was enough to trigger redirection to an infected site."

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Blizzard Free-to-Play Game Rumor Resurfaces

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Blizzard Free-to-Play Game Rumor ResurfacesIt's still probably related to Blizzard's secret "Titan" project, but an insider swears Blizzard is expanding its business to the free-to-play players.

TiVo’s New Set-Top Boxes Could Arrive in Late Summer [Streaming]

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Riding high on its largest fourth-quarter subscriber gain in six years, TiVo has revealed plans for two new set top boxes. Summer can't come soon enough. More »


FCC thinks ISPs should do a better job preventing fraud, theft

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Internet fraud and theft are major problems, there seems to be little doubt about that -- according to FCC chairman Julius Genachowski, some 8.4 million credit card numbers are stolen every year. The question, then, is who should be addressing the issue. Genachowski this week called for "smart, practical, voluntary solutions," asking internet service providers to put more effort into helping prevent data theft, hacks and other issues, or risk having "consumers lose trust in the internet," thereby "suppress[ing] broadband adoption and online commerce and communication." The chairman asked ISPs to help avoid hijacking through more efficient traffic routes and to instate DNSSEC to help weed out fraudulent sites.

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