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    Bob Iger, the enterprising entertainment executive who brought Star Wars, Pixar and Marvel under the Disney marquee and challenged the streaming dominance of Netflix, will replace his handpicked successor, CEO Bob Chapek, whose two-year tenure has been marked by clashes, missteps and a weakening financial performance.

  3. What is CompuServe? - Definition from Techopedia

    CompuServe was the first major commercial internet service in the U.S. It was known for the various innovations that it introduced, including its chat system, forums for various topics, software downloads for many operating systems and for its many online games. It charged hourly rates for usage, so it was quite expensive. It was also mostly a ...

  4. CompuServe, Inc. v. Patterson - Wikipedia,_Inc._v._Patterson

    CompuServe, Inc. v. Patterson [1] was a court case heard before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals which held that contacts and contracts negotiated through the Internet with a party in a different state were sufficient to grant personal jurisdiction in that state. In particular, the court held that Patterson's use of storage, electronic ...

  5. Other articles where CompuServe is discussed: GIF: …by the Internet service provider CompuServe as a means of reducing the size of images and short animations. Because GIF is a lossless data compression format, meaning that no information is lost in the compression, it quickly became a popular format for transmitting and storing graphic files.

  6. CompuServe - University of Florida

    CompuServe. One of the first consumer online services, CompuServe Information Service was founded in Columbus, Ohio, in 1969. It was the brainchild of Jeffrey M. Wilkins. His father-in-law, who ran an insurance company, needed to buy a computer. He wanted a particular model from Digital Equipment Corp., but the only one available turned out to ...

  7. Is CompuServe Still a Company? -

    Even though CompuServe is a part of the glorious history of the internet, you can still get a glimpse of the classic experience of the once-powerful online giant today. Verizon Media, the parent company of CompuServe’s parent AOL, has allowed to continue to operate, giving new users the classic CompuServe experience.

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  9. CompuServe Inc. v. Cyber Promotions, Inc. - Quimbee

    CompuServe notified Cyber that it was prohibited from using CompuServe computer equipment to process and store the unsolicited e-mail. CompuServe asked Cyber to terminate this practice, but Cyber refused. Accordingly, CompuServe attempted to block the flow of Cyber’s email, however, Cyber manipulated its email to avoid detection by CompuServe.

  10. Cubby, Inc. v. CompuServe Inc. - Wikipedia,_Inc._v._CompuServe_Inc.

    Defamation. Cubby, Inc. v. CompuServe Inc., 776 F. Supp. 135 (S.D.N.Y. 1991) [1] was a 1991 court decision in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York which held that Internet service providers were subject to traditional defamation law for their hosted content. [1] The case resolved a claim of libel against ...

  11. Yahoo, AOL and a Look Back at Other 90s Internet Stars - NBC News

    Now that Yahoo and AOL have all but disappeared, here's a look back at the ISPs that defined our 90s life. Stephane Treppoz poses in front of AOL and CompuServe signs after he was named president ...