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12/19/2008 04:13 AM
Music Industry to Abandon Mass Suits
The music industry is halting its legal offensive against copyright pirates, hoping to get more help from Internet-service providers.

12/17/2008 10:38 PM
LinkedIn CEO to Resign
LinkedIn said that its chief executive Dan Nye is resigning after less than two years at the helm of the social-networking site.

12/17/2008 11:36 AM
Yahoo Stores Personal Data for 90 Days
Yahoo is cutting the time it stores personally identifying data about users online searches to 90 days, in a move to appease privacy advocates and regulators.

12/19/2008 03:48 PM
Provocative Queries Win SodaHead Fans
SodaHead.com, which lets visitors create and participate in opinion polls, is drawing an audience with an ad strategy that capitalizes on taboo topics.

12/16/2008 10:03 PM
Web Sites Make It Easier to Flag Trouble
Social-networking sites are making it easier to report abuses such as cyberbullying. The trend puts more tools in the hands of parents whose kids are the targets or the perpetrators of bullying.

12/17/2008 11:05 AM
Clearwire's WiMax Rollout Faces Hurdles
Clearwire must raise additional capital to best rivals in the rollout of a new generation of mobile Internet access.

12/16/2008 10:41 AM
Online Video Ads Slow
TV networks hoped digital dollars would help offset declines in traditional ad spending, but even online video is showing weakness.

12/19/2008 02:11 PM
Google Wants Its Own Fast Track on Web
Google has approached major cable and phone companies that carry Internet traffic with a proposal to create a fast lane for its own content.

12/08/2008 09:23 AM
Check Sites on Shipping
Web shoppers should check their shipping options to ensure that gifts arrive on time.

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