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17.Jul.2004
ANN (website)


Titan Computer: English Papyrus website now online
The product page for the MorphOS and AmigaOS versions of the office package Papyrus is now available in English, too. (snx) (Translation: wk)

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08.Jul.2004
ANN (Website)


Garry Hare (KMOS) to Speak at Summer Breakout 2004
At "Summer Breakout 2004", an annual convention on the topic of networks, which takes place on the 14th of July in Petaluma, California, Garry Hare of KMOS Inc. will give a speech on wireless networks. (cg) (Translation: dm)

[News message: 08. Jul. 2004, 18:02] [Comments: 1 - 10. Jan. 2006, 18:10]
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08.Jul.2004
Rene (ANF)


New Law Forbids the Sending of Spam Mail
chip.de: From now on in Germany it's forbidden to spread unwanted advertisements by e-mail, SMS, and fax. This so-called spamming is forbidden in accordance with the Unlawful Competition statute that came into force today. (cg) (Translation: dm)

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08.Jul.2004
ARD-Teletext Page 135


Punishment for ex-Metabox CEO Domeyer
As may be read in ARD Teletext, former CEO Domeyer of Metabox AG has been sentenced to seven months and a penalty of 10,000 euros.

The judge found that Domeyer inflated the value of Metabox shares by filing false reports.

Follow-up: More articles about this
N-TV.de on 8th July, 2004: Metabox CEO Sentenced
Heise on 9th July, 2004: Punishment for the former Metabox CEO
(ps) (Translation: dm)

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07.Jul.2004



New Amiga dealer - handle with care
An amigaworld.net member pointed out that there's a new presumably British Amiga dealer called amigashop.co.uk. But just a few hours later, there are lots of indications suggesting that one should be very cautious when dealing with this entity:

The only means of contacting the dealer (apart from a HTML form) listed on the website is a mobile phone number, there's no postal address or proper imprint available.

There are AmigaOne motherboards available from the webshop, yet the manufacturer Eyetech states that they never heard about that particular vendor. The domain amigashop.co.uk is owned by pc-x-treme.net, a company that has allegedly cheated PC customers in the past and falsely claimed to be a subsidiary of a reputable hardware manufacturer.

More information and links to further evidence can be found at amigaworld.net. (cg) (Translation: cg)

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