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July 20, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, July 20 2010

Our pick of the morning reading

By Cbr Rolling Blog

1. France’s three-strikes law for Internet piracy hasn’t brought any penalties (The New York Times)
Nearly three years ago France launched what was to have been the world’s toughest crackdown on illegal file-sharing. Since then, not a single warning has been sent out.

2. Real-time may be nice for search engines, but what about personal lives? (GigaOm)
Mathew Ingram examines the increasingly real-time elements of our lives, driven by the expansion of the web, but also due to the globalisation of the economy.

3. Is HP’s PalmPad the WebOS tablet? (TheNextWeb)
HP has just filed for a trademark on the name "PalmPad," signalling their intent to take on the iPad. This can only be a good thing for the market, says Jacob Friedman.

4. Antennagate and a new Nokia CEO (Gartner)
Nick Jones says he’s not been too impressed with the way Apple handled Antennagate – too much focus on claiming there isn’t a problem. He also shares his thoughts on reports that Nokia is set to dump its CEO.

5. The Times paywall: Hit or miss? (BBC dot.Rory)
Rory Cellan-Jones looks at how the paywall experiment at the times is going, following the release of figures that suggest not many users have hung around.

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