Verizon FiOS TV Online to offer ShowtimeAnytime.com; Symantec faces lawsuit over "scaring" consumers

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> Verizon's FiOS TV Online will offer ShowtimeAnytime.com, featuring Showtime's series, movies, sports and specials. Release

> Sierra Leone's government has put forth a timeline towards revising the country's telecom legislation and opening its international gateway to competitors. Article

> France Telecom-Orange has placed $900 million in 30-year notes in a single tranche. Article

> Dish Network unveiled a new multiroom DVR and kangaroo corporate mascot that company executives hope will help return the satellite TV provider to growth. Article

> SP Data, a contact center solutions provider, has appointed Brian Cato as president of Canadian operations.

And finally ... Symantec is facing a lawsuit that claims the software maker tries to entice consumers to purchase its products by "scaring" them with information about their computer's health. Article

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