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Mobile Marketing Summit New York Sept. 8: 1800Flowers, Equifax, Pittsburgh Penguins, Ogilvy, Pandora, Barclaycard

Please click here to register for the Sept. 8 Mobile Marketing Summit New York: Holiday Focus 2011 Registration is open for the Mobile Marketing Summit: Holiday Focus 2011 on Thursday, Sept. 8 in New York with executive keynotes from Pier 1, Pittsburgh Penguins, 1800Flowers, Pandora, Equifax and Ogilvy

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China’s Biggest Search Engine, Known for Illegal Downloads, Makes Music Deal

Users of Baidu, China’s dominant Internet search engine and long a haven for pirated music, will be able to download and stream songs legally.

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Europe’s Telecoms Chafe at Opening Networks to Rivals

The European Union wants operators to invest in the creation of telecom “utilities” that would spread access to high-speed Internet.

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One-Third of U.S. Adults Own Smartphones, Pew Reports

One-third of all adults in the United States own smartphones, according to new research released Monday from the Pew Internet Project.

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New Twitter Financing Boosts Firm’s Value

Twitter, the Internet-messaging service, is privately raising hundreds of millions of dollars in a new financing round that values the company at as high as $7 billion.

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After burning books, will they burn computers – and smartphones?

Fabrice Sergent is founder/CEO of Cellfish By Fabrice Sergent With an invitation from French President Nicolas Sarkozy, I recently attended the e-G8 Forum in Paris. A fantastic gathering of CEOs from global media companies all over the world, the summit’s purpose was to talk about regulations and relations between heads of state and technology leaders

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Judge Won’t Dismiss Street View Suit Against Google

A federal judge said he would not dismiss a lawsuit against Google that alleged the Internet giant violated the Federal Wiretap Act when it collected people’s email, passwords and other personal data from unsecured wireless networks across the country.

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Dutch Parliament Approves Mobile ‘Net Neutrality’

The Dutch parliament approved a bill Wednesday forcing mobile Internet providers to let customers use Skype and other rival services…

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Internet Group Broadens Web Address Names

The organization that regulates the world’s Internet domain names approved changes that will allow companies and individuals to potentially register any name they like in almost any language.

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New Net addresses mean new trademark issues

The Internet’s overseers approve a plan to expand the number of top-level domains. That opens the door for .paris, .canon, .eco–and for a new era of trademark complications.

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