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Submission + - Richard Stallman to Start Fashion Line (techlaze.com)

dgatwood writes: "Walking down the halls of MIT, I’d often see my colleagues dressed rather shabbily, and it was then that I decided to do something about it," said Richard Stallman, 60, of Cambridge, MA. So Stallman, a leader in the Free Software community with decades of software design experience, is ready to turn that experience towards a new target: clothing. He is expected to showcase his new line at FOSSCON 2012.

Submission + - Google Warns The Pirate Bay is a Malicious Site

An anonymous reader writes: Slyck news is reporting that Google is warning users that The Pirate Bay is a malicious site. If you do a search on The Pirate Bay, it gives you the following warning:

Of the 1136 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 2 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2010-08-12, and the last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 2010-08-12.
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Submission + - New Hotmail clashes with fellow Microsoft products (infoworld.com)

tsamsoniw writes: Hotmail users have inundated the Microsoft support forums with complaints about the new version of Hotmail, and Microsoft has created a summary page of fixes to the most commonly reported issues. A theme among these fixes: Turn off a particular Microsoft product or feature, be it Internet Explorer, Web-based Messenger, or the High Contrast display in Windows 7. Oh — and the Microsoft Live Team is working on all these issues.

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