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Govt axes mandatory ISP filter plans 
Tells ISPs to use INTERPOL instead.
Huawei puts cap on Iran business  
Opinion: Our cloud masters will have their way 
Something very dangerous is happening.
The pain of software audits 
What to do when vendors come knocking at your door.
New Zealand ISPs win $25 copyright charge 
Content owners forced to pay more than $2 a notice.
Unwanted attention, unwanted trouble 
Companies need to understand sexual harassment and how to look after their employees and the company itself
Dell told staff to stay silent on faulty motherboards 
Staff told to "spread uncertainty" about a known issue with PC motherboards.
Microsoft extends Windows XP downgrade rights 
Enterprises running Windows 7 can revert to XP for at least another 10 years.
Gartner criticises cloud market miscommunication 
Analyst house calls for improvement in industry practices to spur take-up.
Illegal downloaders face internet blackout 
First country in Europe to restrict citizens' access.
Online world pitches in for Iran protests 
Sites offer safe haven for web users to post information.
Opinion: Resellers be aware of your privacy rights  
Jeremy Hulse, vice president of Marshal8e6 for APAC says that Privacy Awareness Week (3-9 May) offers resellers an opportunity to talk to customers about securing their ...
Spammers exploit protests in Burma 
Spammers are exploiting the fight for democracy in Burma to spread malware, according to recent reports.
UK research calls for robot rights 
Think-tank suggests robot rights and responsibilities.
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Issue: 337 | April 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.