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SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast August 9, 2005
Google Exec Gets Googled. Microsoft Gets Paid

Google has reportedly frozen out internet news company CNET's reporters, in response to a recent CNET article in which personal information about Google CEO Eric Schmidt was revealed.

A team from Sunbelt Software has discovered a massive identity theft ring stemming from the notorious CoolWebSearch spyware program.

So-called "spam king" Scott Richter has paid Microsoft $7 million, which Microsoft will use to investigate spam abuse and to help community centers in New York state.

Macromedia’s major product announcement continues to reverberate, with the company’s CFO making a major presentation today at the Pacific Crest Technology Forum in Colorado.

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Google has responded unfavorably to a CNET report that googled personal information about Google CEO Eric Schmidt. A major identify theft ring is discovered. Microsoft receives $7 million settlement from a spam king. And Macromedia's announcement continues to be big.

Google has responded unfavorably to a CNET report that googled personal information about Google CEO Eric Schmidt. A major identify theft ring is discovered. Microsoft receives $7 million settlement from a spam king. And Macromedia's announcement continues to be big.


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