Telefonica seeing stars; Spain tells ISPS to put up or shut up;

> Telefonica to look at Prisa's satellite TV division. Report

>Spain rules Internet speeds must match those advertised. Report

> Vivendi Q2 net profit up 12%, confirms 2008 outlook. Report

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