FCC to address prison calling rate reform; France's Hadopi disconnects first Internet pirate

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> The FCC will hold a workshop on reforming the rates charged for inmate calling services. Release

> France's anti-piracy group Hadopi has disconnected its first pirate from the Internet. Article

Cable News

> Emotient ran a demonstration at The Cable Show this week that showed how programmers, advertisers and market researchers could determine the mood of a viewer by analyzing facial expressions captured with a webcam. Article

> Amdocs signed a deal with social analytics firm Attensity which could allow companies such as Comcast and DirecTV to respond to customer service complaints posted on Twitter by analyzing billing records. Article

Online Video News

> A debate is playing out online over whether content creators can make enough money on YouTube. Article

And finally … TeliaSonera International Carrier's CTO Mattias Fridström says that the deployment of 100GigE ports on routers is about to become affordable. Article

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