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European Commision announced its verdict on the case of anti-competitive practices Intel excercised in the past. It is not as high as 3.78B, but $1.45B is still a heavy chunk of cash.
It looks like the biggest challenge Intel will face in the next three years will be legal fines: Denmark issued a $0.63B fine for tax evasion, EU could set a $3.8B, and USA AT trial starts in 2010.
The Pirate Bay appeal the court's decision - But they may have a lucky break in getting the ruling overturned as the judge is in "conflict of interest", as he is a member of copyright protection organizations.
Geoff Lloyd, one of most popular radio hosts in UK publicly stated that he is supporting The Pirate Bay in its fight against the record industry.
The four defendants of The Pirate Bay: Peter Sunde, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, Fredrik Neij, and Carl Lundström were found guilty of having made 33 copyright-protected files accessible for illegal file sharing via ThePirateBay.org
The verdict has passed and three founders plus enterpreneur Carl Lundstrom all received verdicts - follow the press conference on TPB.
If you are intrigued by Age of Conan, one of biggest flops in the history of MMO, the game finally has a free trial option thanks to Funcom, Fileplanet and Ausgamers.
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