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Oracle wants to make SAP's $1.3 billion penalty for stealing intellectual property even bigger.
WikiLeaks supporters on Friday downloaded increasing amounts of the spam-shooting software used to attack companies seen as hostile _ a development that could challenge even Internet giants such as PayPal and Amazon.com during the crucial Christmas shopping season.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal on Friday demanded that Google provide access to data the company said it accidentally collected from public Wi-Fi networks.
Goodbye, "Guiding Light." Hello, YouTube.
It seems that pretty soon you will not only be able to leave your wallet at home, but you will be able to have your money, your way — or at least spend it your way — as "the new cashless consumer."
Diplomatic cables contained in WikiLeaks are available for sale on Amazon's U.K. website. It's a twist following the company's refusal to host the WikiLeaks' website on its servers.
Police and prosecutors in Europe and the U.S. have launched investigations into cyber-attacks by supporters of the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, as online skirmishing over the group's publication of secret diplomatic communications continued.