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It seems that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has finally learned the lesson that rampant litigation has a tendency to rack up more costs than are justified by the potential award of damages. In the RIAA’s five-year-long crusade against illegal uploaders of copyrighted music on the Internet, it [...]

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Skype has recently come under public scrutiny for apparently acting counter to its highly regarded privacy policies in the international marketplace. The popular Internet phone company, owned by eBay, uses encryption technology to prevent eavesdropping and ensure that only the end to end users are able to access their messages. The [...]

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