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Google's text link ads generate controversy

Google is rolling out a cost-per-action advertising program, and as one would expect, there is the usual hue and cry about advertising on the Internet. Rahul Pathak's Starting Up blog is disappointed that Google, which purports to "do no evil", is going to "screw the user for the ad dollar." The criticism rings hollow. There is, after all, no similar argument about the advertisements that appear in your daily paper, and no complaints about the huge amounts of flyers that appear in the Sunday edition.

Windows weakness can lead to network traffic hijacks

A problem in the way Windows PCs obtain network settings could let attackers hijack traffic, security researchers said Saturday.

What Happened at RegisterFly & How to Protect Your Domains

On March 16th, the International Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) publicly de-accredited the domain registrar for fundamental contractual breaches.

Yahoo's mobile search now available to all

Yahoo opened up its mobile oneSearch offering to anyone with a phone who can access the Internet. The service, which aims to offer more than a simple list of search results, was previously available as part of Yahoo Go for Mobile, a mobile phone-optimized content offering that is compatible with only certain handsets.

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101 Muscular Ways to Get More Targeted Traffic to Your Sites / Blogs Today!

Windows Mail bug may expose Vista users

A possible security vulnerability in Windows Mail could let attackers run applications on PCs running Vista.

Will Google's Pay-Per-Action Ease Click Fraud?

Google is beta testing a different business formula for its AdSense product that eases up on its lucrative pay-per-click model in favor of a pay-per-action model. The new program could help address the click fraud problem that dogs the per-per-click sector of the online ad industry.

Porn sites, faith groups unite against 'dot-xxx'

Adobe Continues Market Move with Free Online Photoshop

Free software is like crack for computer geeks -- and Adobe's Photoshop is one of the higher grades of refined photo editing software, outside of the reach of many smaller pocketbooks. No more, thanks to an innovative new push in the software-as-a-service direction by the software giant.

Use Yahoo! Pipes to Increase Online Sales

While RSS end-user adoption has been relatively slow, marketers have jumped at the chance to use this new internet channel increase their online sales.

What Will Stop Comment Spam?

There is a growing movement to put the “follow” back into blog comment links instead of the nofollow attribute. The reason behind this move is to encourage readers to comment by rewarding their links with SEO credits.

Stats From Leading Windows Security Provider Show Trojan-Downloader.Zlob.Media-C Continues to Be Most Prevalent Threat in 2007

Sunbelt Software, a leading provider of Windows security software, today announced the top ten most prevalent spyware threats for the month of February. The results are based on monthly scans performed by Sunbelt's award-winning antispyware product, CounterSpy(TM).

ICANN May Allow Domain Owners to Keep More Info Confidential

According to a report in the National Law Journal, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will review at a meeting his month a report on the contentious question of “how much is too much?” when it comes to the information that domain registrants must publicly disclose – information currently available via a standard “Whois” query.

New Watermark Helps Detect Copyright Infringement Online

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a patent to Digimarc Corporation for a software application that uses watermarks to scour the Internet for unauthorized content and report violations to the rights holder.

Israel Moves to Restrict Internet Porn

Members of the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, gave preliminary approval to a bill that would require Internet service providers to restrict access to websites with adult content.

Website immunity spreads with impunity, Google, Microsoft and Lycos have all benefited from decisions entered in the latter part of the month which confirmed or adopted the broad grant of immunity that many US courts have extended to operators of "interactive computer services" under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

Yahoo! false! alert! drama!

Faulty signature updates on Wednesday resulted in Symantec's anti-virus packages falsely identifying that Yahoo! mail was contaminated by malware.

Judge Rules Google Can Block Ads

In a ruling that could have far-reaching affects for online advertisers, a federal judge has said search engine giant Google can refuse ads as it sees fit.

Storm Worm variant targets blogs, bulletin boards

A variant of the Trojan horse attacks known as Storm Worm emerged Monday, targeting people who post blogs and notices to bulletin boards.

Korea orders Google to rewrite 'unfair' AdSense contracts

AdSense displays adverts on a website and the owner of the website gets a share of the money made by Google. Because payments are based on the number of clicks each advert gets, the scheme is susceptible to click fraud, or allegations of fraud.

Google's Personalized Results

Two years ago, Google presented a personalized homepage for account holders. This weekend, it officially rolled out personalized search results as a member service.

Child Porn Getting Worse

Russia is one of the world's worst offenders when it comes to child pornography, writes Sky News' Moscow Correspondent Alex Rossi.
Police know when they close down one paedophilic website, another will soon take its place.

Bill to legalise pornography involving 14-year-olds provokes anger

Opposition MPs and civil organisations last Monday reacted angrily to a proposed change to the law that would allow pornography involving children aged 14 and above to be filmed for personal use. “This will give legal defence to paedophilia and supports perversion,” MP Ildikó Gáll Pelczné, vice president of the right-of-centre Fidesz party, said in Parliament. “We will oppose giving a legal defence to ‘sugar uncles’.

Over 1/3 of Internet Users Have Logged in Via Wireless Connections

Pew Internet & American Life released a report on a survey conducted in December 2006 with regard to the use by Americans of wireless Internet connections. According to the results, 34% surveyed stated that they have logged on via a wireless connection either at home, work or "someplace else."

Microsoft probes IE 7, Vista bug reports

Microsoft is investigating two recently disclosed security vulnerabilities that affect Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Vista, the company said Monday.
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