Symantec Extended Download Service Lawsuit – Digital River Fraud?

Just over four years ago, I wrote an article about whether or not consumers should spend the extra money for an extended download service for their purchased software. To summarize, if you were to buy the latest Norton Antivirus software, you’d be presented with the option of adding “download insurance” that gives you the opportunity to re-download your software should anything happen to it in. While this may have seemed like an awesome feature, it was being sold using a typical scare tactic — buy now or forever hold your peace.
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The Future of Television – Netflix, Hulu, Internet, Cable?

Cable tv providers are reaching all-time highs with the cost of tv packages averaging close to $90 per month with an expected increase to $123 by 2015 — not including any premium movie/sports packages. With over 100 million subscribers of tv services spanned across cable, satellite and telco companies that’s some serious cash.
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