- Newsmaker: Blix Suggests Iraq Do More
UN Chief Weapons Inspector Hans Blix, today, advised Saddam Hussein that the only way to avoid war is to cooperate more fully with weapons inspectors. In Brussels, on his way to Baghdad, Blix said he-ll have a warning for the Iraqi leader. Judy Dempsey, diplomatic correspondent for Financial Times, says Blix has urged the Iraqi dictator to be more proactive.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Has Pornography Industry Solved Internet Piracy?
The $3 billion industry is often ignored by the news media, perhaps in the hope that it might go away. Yet, while Hollywood and the music industry struggle to battle Internet piracy, pornography consistently has made money on the Web and has even devised a way to solve Internet piracy. Freelance reporter Steve Friess, who recently wrote on this subject for Newsweek, says the industry-s formula combines creativity and technology.
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