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    Spyware bills clear first hurdles and win approval in U.S. House

    Two proposals regulating the installation and use of spyware pass the House and head for the Senate. The DMA seeks refinements that protect consumers’ rights while not impeding legitimate technologies.

    Posted 05/25/2005Mary WagnerPost a comment

    Two proposals regulating the installation and use of spyware pass the House and head for the Senate. The DMA seeks refinements that protect consumers’ rights while not impeding legitimate technologies.
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    Digital River Manages Online Store for Network Dynamics` eBlocs Software Products

    MINNEAPOLIS, March 29, 2005-- Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), a global leader in e-commerce outsourcing, today announced that it is providing e-commerce support for Network Dynamics Corporation. Based on the agreement, Digital River is hosting the site, located at www.eblocs.com, as well as providing online order management, fraud prevention, reporting and analytics, digital product fulfillment, e-marketing and customer service. Shoppers can...

    Posted 03/29/2005

    MINNEAPOLIS, March 29, 2005-- Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), a global leader in e-commerce outsourcing, today announced that it is providing e-commerce support for Network Dynamics Corporation. Based on the agreement, Digital River is hosting the site, located at www.eblocs.com, as well as…
  • / Technology

    PriceGrabber.com, MLB.com weigh in on spyware issue

    Both sites announce they will not partner with those who use ad-triggering “spyware” software to serve ads, joining other marketers now taking a stand against the use of the pop-up advertising-enabling technology.

    Posted 07/06/2004Mary WagnerPost a comment

    Both sites announce they will not partner with those who use ad-triggering “spyware” software to serve ads, joining other marketers now taking a stand against the use of the pop-up advertising-enabling technology.

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