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GERMANY FAIRS CEBIT
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February 23, 2000
A worker checks on a laptop the screen of U.S. internet provider CompuServe at the world biggest computer...
Hanover, Germany
WORKER CHECKS SCREEN AT THE CEBIT FAIR IN HANOVER.
A worker checks on a laptop the screen of U.S. internet provider CompuServe at the world biggest computer fair "CeBIT 2000" in Hanover February 23. The CeBIT is open for the public from tomorrow until March 1.

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TECH COMPUSERVE GERMANY
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November 17, 1999
FILE PHOTO 12MAY98 - The former head of Compuserve Germany Felix Somm had his conviction on charges of...
Munich, USA
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER CHAIRMAN OF COMPUSERVE IN GERMANY.
FILE PHOTO 12MAY98 - The former head of Compuserve Germany Felix Somm had his conviction on charges of aiding the distribution of pornography overturned by a Munich court November 17. The ruling said Somm would not have been able to block the pornographic sites himself and was only in a position to ask CompuServe's U.S. headquarters to do so.

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SOMM
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May 28, 1998
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks out of a...
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks out of .....
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks out of a court window in Munich May 28. In a case brought by Bavarian state prosecutors, Compuserve Germany and Somm have been found guilty of providing access to pornographic pictures of children on the internet May 28. Somm received a suspended prison sentence.
SOMM
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May 28, 1998
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks around a...
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks around .....
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks around a courtroom in Munich May 28. In a case brought by Bavarian state prosecutors, Compuserve Germany and Somm have been found guilty of providing access to pornographic pictures of children on the internet May 28. Somm received a suspended prison sentence.
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May 28, 1998
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks around a...
Germany
FELIX SOMM STANDS IN A MUNICH COURTROOM.
Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm or the Internet Provider Compuserve, looks around a courtroom in Munich May 28. In a case brought by Bavarian state prosecutors, Compuserve Germany and Somm have been found guilty of providing access to pornographic pictures of children on the internet May 28. Somm received a suspended prison sentence.

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May 28, 1998
FILE PHOTO 12MAY98 - Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm of the Internet Provider Compuserve...
Germany
FELIX SOMM STANDS IN A COURTROOM FILE PHOTO.
FILE PHOTO 12MAY98 - Felix Somm, the former chairman of the German arm of the Internet Provider Compuserve smiles in a courtroom in Munich in this May 12 file photo. In a case brought by Bavarian state prosecutors, Compuserve Germany and Somm have been found guilty of providing access to poronographic pictures of children on the internet May 28. Somm received a suspended prison sentence.

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May 12, 1998
Felix Somm (R), former chairman of the German branch of the internet provider "Compuserve", enters a...
Germany
FORMER COMPUSERVE CHAIRMAN FELIX SOMM AT COURT IN MUNICH.
Felix Somm (R), former chairman of the German branch of the internet provider "Compuserve", enters a courtroom with his lawyer Wolfgang Dingfelder (L) in Munich May 12. Somm is standing trial on charges of distributing paedophile pornographic material on the internet.

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CASE
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September 08, 1997
FILE PHOTO 28MAY97 - Steve Case, President of America Online, is shown in a file photo as he addresses...
FILE PHOTO 28MAY97 - Steve Case, President of America Online, is shown in a file photo as he addres.....
FILE PHOTO 28MAY97 - Steve Case, President of America Online, is shown in a file photo as he addresses a luncheon a the National Press Club May 28. WorldCom Inc. and America Online Inc. will split the commercial and consumer businesses of CompuServe Inc. in a $1.2 billion deal that will reshape the online services industry, the companies said September 8.
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September 08, 1997
Steve Case, chairman of America OnLine, sits in his office September 8. America Online and WorldCom Inc...
UNITED STATES
AOL CHAIRMAN STEVE CASE IN OFFICE
Steve Case, chairman of America OnLine, sits in his office September 8. America Online and WorldCom Inc said September 8 they will split the consumer and commercial businesses of Compuserve Inc. in a $1.2 billion deal that reshapes the online services.

ONLINE COMPUSERVE
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September 08, 1997
Dean Wheeler, managing editor of America Online's Today's News, works at a computer station showing CompuServe...
multiple countries
DEAN WHEELER AOL'S ONLINE MANAGING EDITOR POSES IN VIENNA VA
Dean Wheeler, managing editor of America Online's Today's News, works at a computer station showing CompuServe at the company's headquarters September 8. America Online and WorldCom Inc. said September 8 they will split the consumer and commercial businesses of Compuserve Inc. in a $1.2 billion deal that reshapes the online services.

ONLINE COMPUSERVE
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September 08, 1997
The headquarters of America OnLine outside Washington DC, are pictured September 8. America Online and...
UNITED STATES
AOL HEADQUARTERS IS SEEN IN VIENNA VA
The headquarters of America OnLine outside Washington DC, are pictured September 8. America Online and WorldCom Inc said September 8 they will split the consumer and commercial businesses of Compuserve Inc. in a $1.2 billion deal that reshapes the online services. Under the deal WorldCom agreed to buy CompuServe for $1.2 billion and swap Compuserve's 2.6 million consumer customers to AOL, and in exchange get AOL's network subsidiary, ANS Communications.

ONLINE COMPUSERVE
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September 08, 1997
FILE PHOTO 28MAY97 - Steve Case, President of America Online, is shown in a file photo as he addresses...
multiple countries
FILE PHOTO OF AMERICAN ONLINE PRESIDENT STEVE CASE
FILE PHOTO 28MAY97 - Steve Case, President of America Online, is shown in a file photo as he addresses a luncheon a the National Press Club May 28. WorldCom Inc. and America Online Inc. will split the commercial and consumer businesses of CompuServe Inc. in a $1.2 billion deal that will reshape the online services industry, the companies said September 8.

AMERICAN ONLINE
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April 14, 1997
America Online Inc chairman Steve Case talks to reporters at a Tokyo hotel April 14. In Tokyo to announce...
Japan
AMERICA ONLINE CHAIRMAN PRESSER IN TOKYO
America Online Inc chairman Steve Case talks to reporters at a Tokyo hotel April 14. In Tokyo to announce the launch of AOL's online service in Japan, Case said he expects the Japanese market to become the largest market outside of the United States of AOL's online services. Case declined to comment on market rumours of merger talks with CompuServe Corp, an affiliate of H&R Block Inc.

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