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+ - Nominum bashes open-source, promotes own software -> 1 1

An anonymous reader writes: DNS appliance vendor Nominum calls open source "internet's dirty little secret" to try and spread FUD, but the only secret here is that their software and appliances run exclusively on Linux and BSD. Oh, and they were the company contracted to write BIND 9.
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+ - Facebook & Myspace take the Fight on Spam to C->

kevinqtipreedy writes: "Social networks like Facebook and Myspace are now bringing spammers into the court systems in new attempts to put a stop to it. Although spammers rarely show up in court and the suits do not always lead to monetary reward, companies are hoping the "chilling effect" will help in the effort to curb spam."
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Comment: Re:Getting through security isn't the delay... (Score 1) 571 571

There are actually a few airports that now have 3 separate lines - Expert, Casual, and Family. I have only been through it at Midway airport in Chicago. It has made getting through security much faster, except one time when a TSA employee was telling people that the lines didn't matter and to just go in any line.

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