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+ - Brazil Doesn't Blow off Earth Day-> 1

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes "Even though it's an annual event, People have a tendency to just blow it off the day after. In Brazil though, the tendencies are different. The emerging country has some good going on with programs abound and other things that warrant the attention of James Cameron and Sigorney Weaver (who I still can't get over). In any event, as the day has come and gone the people of Brazil still wants the planet to survive."
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Piracy

+ - Secret 'Text' of ACTA to be Released->

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes "After a meeting in New Zealand last week, 10 participant countries and the European Union have announced that they will release for the first time confidential 'bracketed text' of their deliberations in crafting the language for the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. The ACTA may impact the transportation, distribution or delivery of digital property."
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Businesses

+ - Double-Take Software Shares Jump after Bids->

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes " Shares jumped for the backup software maker Double-Take after the firm received a number of unsolicited bids on Monday. Despite a recent reduction for their first quarter earnings forecast vis-a-vis Wall Street, its board of directors huddled to vet the offers and their conditions. Shares jumped up $1.03 at $9.74 in early Monday NASDAQ trading."
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+ - Consoles Last Gasp: Kojima Predits->

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes " Konami founder and developer Hideo Kojima predicts gaming console is a dying breed. Anticipates gaming on demand via Internet. "It's a bold prediction," Sony Computer Entertainment Japan President Hiroshi Kawano told reporters nervously. "We hope he continues to develop for platforms, but we deeply respect his sense of taking on a challenge." Kojima launches his follow-up game Heavy Metal Solid Gear: Peace Walker in late April designed for the PSP."
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+ - The End of Beginning: 'Little Boy' Armer Dies ->

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes " Morris 'Dick' Jeppson died March 30 at 87 in Las Vegas. Big Dick was responsible for attaching the live plugs necessary for 'Little Boy' to be the first live atomic bomb released on humanity on Hiroshima, Japan. As one of the 12-member crew aboard the B-29 Enola Gay, Jeppson waited 50 years before speaking about his involvement. Beside becoming a physicist via UC Berkerly, he founded several corporations including Applied Radiation, Inc., which constructed electron-beam accelerators for nuclear physics research, and Cryodry, Inc., a manufacturer of industrial microwave ovens."
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+ - Microsoft Sues UK's Datel over Controllers->

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes " Microsoft has sued a British manufacturer over the infingement of four of its patents for Xbox game controllers. The suit was filed in Seattle, Washington and Datel has yet to response. Datel is a United Kingdom company with a U.S. unit and has produced two specific controllers — the TurboFire and WildFire — that Microsoft wants stopped."
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The Internet

+ - Sex is Bankrupt! Sex.com going down...-> 2

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes "A motion to dismiss the involuntary bankruptcy of Sex.com has been filed in a California court. Operational turmoil has put its owner in the doghouse with its creditors, who want to take over. "It's the best domain in the world by far," said Mike Mann, who has tried to keep the creditors at bay. Sex.com is estimated to be worth $100 m. Let the games begin!"
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+ - Greenpeace Hates the Cloud->

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes "A report released this morning from Greenpeace claims that Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft are bad for the environment. Their data farms have a heavy reliance on coal-fired energy plants, causing substantial greenhouse gas impact on the environment. (Fifth largest contributor behind japan) "The last thing we need is for more cloud infrastructure to be built in places where it increases demand for dirty coal-fired power," said a Greenpeace spokesperson."
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+ - Global Cybercrime with Corporate Cover and Benefit 2

Submitted by nathanielinbrazil
nathanielinbrazil (1774720) writes "An article on allvoices details a sophisticated corporate environment provided the look and cover of legitimacy. The operation employed hackers and gave them great salaries, benefits and bonuses in a cube farm. The Kiev, Ukraine operation, called International Marketing Ukraine or IMU has been dismantled by the United States Federal Trade Commission, but its money-maker scareware lingers."

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