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Submission + - Google execs convicted in YouTube bullying case (

gingerkazza writes: Three Google executives have been found guilty and sentenced to six months (suspended) after Italian judge finds them guilty of privacy violations after video of a teenager with Down's Syndrome being bullied was published on YouTube. The implications of this case are huge, assuming that Google does not get the ruling overturned on appeal. Could it even be the end of YouTube in Italy?

Submission + - Can a Cosmic iPhone bring order to your life? (

gingerkazza writes: "It has long been affectionately known as the Jesus Phone because of the almost religious following it receives, but can the iPhone really harness the power of the Cosmos to help organise your life? Ah, the penny drops: I've bought a Cosmic ToDo list with pink and blue stars, twinkly sound effects and a video of TV presenter Noel Edmonds. Bum!"
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Submission + - The Lost and Damned = Lost Money and Froze Solid (

gingerkazza writes: Looks like the most popular download ever on the Xbox is not so popular with everyone. It seems that The Lost and Damned is freezing on a significant number of players, taking mission progress with it. Rockstar games is saying nothing, Microsoft is not refunding money. Methinks we have a shitstorm about to unload here.

Submission + - No appeal from Google on YouTube data ruling (

gingerkazza writes: An appeal by Google against the decision of a federal judge in New York that it must hand over details of every video ever viewed on YouTube to Viacom was not only widely expected, but thought to be pretty much a given. A comment by Google's senior litigation counsel seems to suggest otherwise...

Submission + - Dell 'Windows Vista Bonus' is a PC with Windows XP (

gingerkazza writes: According to Microsoft, Windows XP died on June 30th when it stopped sending it to the likes of Dell and HP, as well as ceasing shrink-wrapped distribution. According to Dell, new buyers can have a Windows Vista Bonus: a machine with a copy of Windows XP pre-installed instead...

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