FASTTAKES: Google, Volaris, NCMEC

20 Feb 2007
00:00

Google launches a legal action against a group of Polish poets, demanding that they give up their Internet domain name gmail.pl, reports said. Izabela Krawczyk of GMAiL, the 'Grupa Mlodych Artystow i Literatow,' or Group of Young Artists and Writers, said Google seeks to stop them using the Web site address www.gmail.pl.

Mexican airline carrier Volaris introduces a renting scheme for iPods. By renting the iPod to passengers, the low-cost airline has edged US giants, such Continental Airlines , Delta Air Lines Inc. and United Airlines, who have been talking for months about offering iPod seat connections.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), a children's advocacy group unveils the a free online safety resource to help parents and educators protect youths from being exploited on the Internet. The service is called NetSmartz411 and is managed by experts on Internet safety and online security.

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