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Networking: Virus writing for profit
Spammers collaborate with criminals - for profit.

Unscrupulous e-mail marketers are collaborating with criminal virus writers to combine selling questionable goods and services online with attempting to steal information from consumers, experts told United Press International's Networking. By Gene Koprowski
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Text messaging for businesses climbs
Robber barons of technology foist more "productivity" enhancing technology on workers.

Customer-service technicians at Kodak photo developing units glance at their mobile phones when they receive a text message from their dispatcher. They get reminders, directions and instructions for their next project, and then go out and complete the assignment, wirelessly. It's an increasingly common scenario for businesses, experts tell UPI's Wireless World. By Gene Koprowski
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Managing Assets -- Digitally
Capitalists create a new way to make reruns - content of what they have previously sold.
The networking of digital asset management (DAM) systems is the latest technology trend for the creative industries -- publishing, advertising and entertainment -- and is improving overall corporate performance there.

Jennifer Neumann, chief executive officer of Germany's Canto Inc. and the keynote speaker at the Seybold Chicago seminar in Chicago last week, said that the databases of photos, images and other digital content are being integrated with other networks, from sales, customer service as well as marketing. By Gene Koprowski
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Wireless World: Stopping wireless ID theft
A New Jersey State Superior Court judge this week ordered a company that had acquired customer names from a major wireless carrier without its permission to refrain from selling those customer profiles to others and to surrender the names and transaction records. The order in the case of Verizon Wireless vs. Source Resources Inc. is the latest round in the ongoing war centered on stopping ID theft today, experts told UPI's Wireless World.
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The Web: eBay looks to become phone giant
Capitalist thugs take over Internet free service.

The motivation for eBay Inc.'s acquisition of Internet telephony upstart Skype may be a mystery to most.
Technology analysts first speculated that eBay's $2.6 billion purchase of the free Voice over Internet Protocol provider, based in Luxembourg, was designed to enhance the multimedia capabilities of the auctioneer -- making its online auctions more like the open outcry auctions of the real world, featuring both bidding strategy and sound. By Gene Koprowski
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Networks secure subways, transit systems
Crazed Bush administration seeks to invade our privacy on the subway.

A new surveillance network being built for the New York City subway system may serve as a model in the coming years for other metropolitan transit authorities, experts tell UPI's Networking column. By Gene Koprowski
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Networks secure subways, transit systems
Crazed Bush administration seeks to invade our privacy on the subway.
A new surveillance network being built for the New York City subway system may serve as a model in the coming years for other metropolitan transit authorities, experts tell UPI's Networking column. By Gene Koprowski
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Wireless World: Rehnquist's legacy
Rehnquist was a tool of venture capitalists.

Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, who died last Saturday at age 80, may be known to the public as a conservative intellectual, but his rulings influenced much more than just the political landscape of the United States. They helped to reshape the technology world as well, and may have even contributed to the dot-com bubble of the 1990s, experts told UPI's Wireless World. By Gene Koprowski
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