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Hashtag Trending: Yahoo makes $50m breach payout; Mozilla to match Tor Project donations; Algorithm portrait to be auctioned

Yahoo is agreeing to pay $50-million in damages to 200 million people, Mozilla is matching all donations to an open source initiative for better online privacy, and a portrait created by an algorithm is going to be auctioned off.

U.S. 700 MHz auction a yawner so far

Odd constraints have made the sale of old TV spectrum a boring affair

Online fraud reaches all time high in Japan

The number of Internet-related crimes in Japan in the first six months of this year hit a record high, according to data issued Thursday by the National Police Agency.

The growing importance of Internet purchasing

The Internet is gaining value as a way to conduct business with suppliers, according to a recent report that identifies steady growth for Internet purchasing.

Holiday online retail spending up in 2003

Holiday shoppers took to the Web in droves to purchase gifts in 2003, spending significantly more online than they did in 2002, according to preliminary figures released by market researcher and consultancy comScore Networks Inc.

EBay to fight US$35 million patent judgement

EBay Inc. plans to ask a judge to overturn a US$35 million jury award won by a Virginia man who claimed eBay and its subsidiary infringed on his patents related to online auctions.

Full benefits of e-Procurement may need a discriminatory push

B2B e-commerce has transformed the buying habits of the private sector, with companies of all sizes adjusting their strategic thinking to quicken turnaround times, reduce costs and red tape,

Sotheby’s seeks online aid from eBay

Internet auction site eBay Inc. has agreed to collaborate with the venerable yet troubled U.K. auction house Sotheby's Holding's Inc. in an attempt to put more expensive art offerings on eBay while driving more customers to Sotheby's Web site, the companies announced Thursday.

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