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Google Protects YouTube User Viewing Data; Employee Viewing Looms

Google has cut a deal with Viacom and the other parties suing it for copyright infringement to protect private information of YouTube users. Now, about scouring that 12 TB or so of data. Viacom

Bell Canada picks up new allies

Things are getting messy north of the border as battle lines are being drawn in the net neutrality fight featuring Bell Canada. The newly formed Canadian ISP Alliance (sounds so righteous,

Google GPhone: The rumor that wouldn't die

Here we go again. Just when you thought rumors of a Google-branded mobile device (a.k.a. the GPhone) were finally put to rest months ago with the announcement of the Android OS, tongues are wagging

Google and Viacom fight over YouTube employee records

In the latest fight over who knew what when over at YouTube, Viacom wants to know which videos YouTube employees have watched and uploaded to the site. Google is just saying no. According to sources

GPhone speculation strikes again

Just when you thought all rumors of the GPhone had been quashed for good, they strike again. TechCrunch is reporting that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergei Bring and CEO Eric Schmidt made

Net neutrality goes public

Net neutrality was once the purview of academics and policy wonks who warned about creating "haves" and "have-nots" in a two-tiered Internet world that was decidedly user unfriendly. With the

White space approval: Is it a matter of when?

The FCC will begin field testing white space devices today to see whether the devices that access unused television airwaves, called "white spaces" will interfere with television broadcasts. That

WiMAX coming later to Centrino 2

Intel plans to ship its highly anticipated Centrino 2 mobile laptop platform this week, but one key feature that will be missing is the dual-mode WiFi (802.11n)/WiMAX module. That feature, said an

FCC to commence field testing of white-space devices

The FCC's Office of Engineering and Technology announced it will begin field testing of prototype white-white space devices on Monday. The testing is part of its rule making process to determine

FCC will field test white space devices

The FCC will begin field testing white space devices next week to see whether the devices that access unused television airwaves, called "white spaces" will interfere with television broadcasts.