Apparantly, we're about to reach the end of the Internet. Accordingly to AT&T, the Internet's current network architecture will reach the limits of its capacity by 2010.
Sixteen years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, "Web sites ending in the Soviet ".su" domain name have been rising - registrations increased 45 percent this year alone. Bloggers, entrepreneurs and die-hard communists are all part of a small but growing online community resisting repeated efforts to extinguish the online Soviet outpost."
An advertiser has sued Google Inc. in federal court in California alleging fraud in connection with Google's AdSense program. "The plaintiff in the case, David Almeida, had signed up for Google ads to promote his private investigation business in Massachusetts. Because he did not want to buy AdSense ads, Almeida said he left the maximum per-click bid blank, believing 'optional' meant he could opt out of the AdSense program by doing so. Instead, it turned out the AdWords bid applied when he did not exercise that option, and he should have put 'zero' into the box to opt out, said his attorney, Brian Kabateck. "
eBay has sued Craigslist for "unfairly diluting" its interest in the community ad site.
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