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Playstation II a war machine?
Playstation II a war machine?

Sony's Playstation II game console violates Japanese export restrictions because it has chips that enable guided missiles to be controlled. Due to th...

Piracy made easy thanks to MS?
Piracy made easy thanks to MS?

As everyone should know, for about 2 years now (almost) every Microsoft product has required a 25-digit alphanumeric code to be entered during instal...

A third for breaking up Microsoft
A third for breaking up Microsoft

The magazine PC - Welt started a survey among users about Microsoft. The result shows that every third user is in favor of breaking up the US softwar...

Registration office online
Registration office online

On the EWOMA.de page it is now possible to find the new address of old acquaintances, debtors etc. You only need the old address and date of birth of...

Microsoft appeals
Microsoft appeals

As already suspected, Microsoft has appealed in the antitrust proceedings and thus against its own breakup. You can read again here what the world's ...

MP3s soon legal?
MP3s soon legal?

According to the will of the EU, copies of copyrighted music pieces in MP3 format could soon be legal. Private and non-commercial use should be allow...

Spy at Microsoft
Spy at Microsoft

The aim of the espionage attack was to expose relationships between Microsoft and the government. The case became known when employees of the detecti...

It goes to the collar of pirates
It goes to the collar of pirates

Microsoft is mobilizing against pirates around the world. First results: 7,500 ads in 33 countries and lots of closed auctions and websites. But how ...

Intel is distributing lawsuits
Intel is distributing lawsuits

There seems to be a real hysteria of lawsuits right now. First USA against Microsoft, then nVidia against 3dfx and Adope against Macromedia and now o...

MP3.com loses copyright process
MP3.com loses copyright process

MP3.com suffered severe defeat in the latest copyright lawsuit against Universal and was sentenced by the New York court to pay $ 25,000 for each Uni...

Regulatory authority against Telekom
Regulatory authority against Telekom

After some flat rate providers got into financial difficulties in the last few weeks, the regulatory authority for telecommunications and post (RegTP...

Surfing at work is regulated by law
Surfing at work is regulated by law

According to information from the 'Handelsblatt', private surfing at work should be legally permitted. The employee should be allowed to surf private...

GEMA wins against HP
GEMA wins against HP

After long negotiations about the copyright levy on CD burners between the Society for Musical Performance and Mechanical Reproduction Rights (GEMA) ...

Debitel is suing Telekom
Debitel is suing Telekom

The telephone company Debitel wants to force the Deutsche Telekom to open the local network. According to an article in the FAZ, Debitel obtained abu...

Will Telekom be spared?
Will Telekom be spared?

According to 'Focus', the future head of the Bonn regulatory authority for telecommunications and post (RegTP) has to adhere to certain 'rules of the...