IT Trends :: Thursday, April 6, 2006

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Spitzer G'es After Spammer Harvesters

Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is calling the situation "the biggest deliberate breach of Internet privacy ever." He's after Datran Media, which has already paid $1.1M in an earlier settlement…(

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Online Classes: Bane or Boon?

The University of Central Florida finds a balance between campus and online classes by offering mixed-mode courses that take place in both places. This benefits nontraditional students who may have full-time jobs or families to support, and it's also benefiting school funds. (Daytona Beach News-Journal)

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Students Plan to Toss Council Votes After Glitch

Student government folks in Madison are pretty ticked off: "It's a mess-up and I understand. But it's hard to get students to vote once and now it'll be even harder."...(Wisconsin State Journal)

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Apples and, Well, Apples

The Beatles’ Apple Corp. and Apple Computer agreed some time ago on equitable use of an apple logo. Now Apple Corp. says that iTunes breaches a boundary – since it IS music, after all – and wants Apple Computer to stop...(

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