• Latinos Are Fastest Growing Internet Users-Study (Reuters)
    Latinos are getting on the Internet faster than other groups in the United States, but the disparity between the number of men versus women online is much greater than for other groups, according to a study released on Thursday.
  • On the Internet, Democrats Feel a Draft (Reuters)
    While nine Democrats running for president might seem like enough, the Internet is brimming with efforts to draft new blood into the 2004 race.
  • ValueClick Sees Rising Revenues, Profits (IAR)
    Online ad technology company ValueClick reported rising revenues and profits in the second quarter on Tuesday. The company also raised its full-year guidance.
  • AOL Lags on Web Advertising Growth, Technology (Reuters)
    AOL Time Warner Inc's embattled online division is being pushed to the sidelines of a pickup in Internet advertising due to older deals, technology and pricing, industry watchers said.
  • AOL Grapples with America Online Subscriber Issues (CBS MarketWatch)
    AOL Time Warner faced yet another potential problem in its America Online unit when media reports surfaced Friday speculating that the troubled division may have inflated the number of its subscribers.
  • Can Google Save America Online? (CNET)
    Paid search listings have helped pull Yahoo and Microsoft's MSN Web portal from the dot-com advertising mire, but America Online is still in search of a savior.
  • Schumer Increases Pressure for Do Not Spam List (IAR)
    U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D.-N.Y.) said Wednesday he will seek to amend the current spam bill pending before the Senate to include requiring the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to create a Do Not Spam list comparable to the FTC's popular Do Not Call registry.
  • Google, Switchboard Ink Content-Ad Deal (IAR)
    Google has signed a deal with online yellow pages provider Switchboard for its keyword-based contextual advertising to appear on Switchboard.com, the companies said Friday.
  • DoubleClick Hit with Deceptive Ad Suit (IAR)
    Two Pittsburgh law firms have begun a class action lawsuit against ad technology provider DoubleClick, accusing it of serving deceptive Internet ads.
  • Bill Would Jail Internet Song Swappers (Reuters)
    Internet users who allow others to copy songs from their hard drives could face prison time under legislation introduced by two Democratic lawmakers Wednesday.
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