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June 2002. News and Events -Week 3-
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June
17-2002
Morpheus: the new version has arrived!

Streamcast Networks has annouced the new version of its peer to peer software Morpheus. This version 1.9 incorporates many new features. It will bring to you the ability to have faster downloads, better search results, and an overall better user experience. A new Morpheus Messenger has been implemanted with free text and audio capabilities. Now Morpheus Messenger also allows you to communicate with your AOL IM buddies. Discover the new version of Morpheus for free.

June
18-2002
Audiogalaxy agrees to filter songs

The recording industry and Audiogalaxy have reached an agreement in their battle over copyright. Under the settlement, Audiogalaxy is required to obtain permission or consent from a songwriter, music publisher and/or recording company to use and share copyrighted works. As no permissions have been obtained so far, no titles are currently available for downloading on Audiogalaxy. In addition, Audiogalaxy has agreed to pay the music publishers and recording industry an undetermined amount of money based on Audiogalaxy's assets and interest in resolving the case quickly, according to the Recording Industry Association of America.

June
19-2002
Spector: keep an eye on your PC

Imagine a surveillance camera pointed directly at your computer monitor, filming away everything that is done on the PC. That is the idea behind Spector. It works by taking a snapshot of whatever is on the computer screen and saves it away in a hidden location on your computer's hard drive.

June
20-2002
eBlaster: anytime anywhere

eBlaster delivers detailed activity reports, including all web sites visited, all applications run, all keystrokes typed, even a log of chat conversations right to your e-mail address, as frequently as every 30 minutes. As a parent, you no longer have to wait until you get home from work to find out what your children have been doing on the Internet.

June
21-2002
KeyKey Monitor

Suppose your computer crashes or the power goes out while you are working on an important document and you lose all your work. If you have KeyKey running on your computer, you never lose your work. Everything you type is stored in a file you can access anytime.

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