Daily Links 3/11/2010: Webcam spy case could see resolution

Razorfish Health launches (MedAD Blog)

Safeguard Scientifics Announces Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2009 Financial Results (Business Wire)
Safeguard to pay higher interest for longer term (Philadelphia Inquirer)

SunGard Acquires Hosting 365
(Business Wire)
Irish company provides Cloud hosting services.

T-Mobile webConnect Rocket available March 14, already blowing minds in Philly (Engadget)

Webcam spy case could see resolution (6ABC)

Former Penn official Fry to be next president at Drexel (Philadelphia Business Journal)

TV Mergers Can’t Raise Rates, Rockefeller Says at NBC Hearing (Bloomberg)
Lawmakers press FCC, DOJ on Comcast-NBC merger (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Comcast, Cox, Time Warner Invest In BitTorrent Snooping Tech
Researchers claim it will reduce false positive copyright infirngement claims...
(Broadband Reports)

Comcast Is Absent From Campaign to Change Retransmission Rules (New York Times: Media Decoder)

Fiberlink Debuts Business Intelligence Platform for Healthcare Mobile Device Compliance
Mobility as a Service Identifies HIPAA Security Compliance and Data Protection Risks
(Business Wire)

Herley Reports Earnings for Second Quarter of Fiscal 2010
Revenues increase 17% to $46.6 million; Net income up 76% to $3.8 million $.27 EPS; EBITDA of $7.1 million
(PR Newswire)

Global Pharmaceutical Company (Cephalon) Chooses Ingeniux for Multi-Site Web Content Management (Marketwire)

Tech clusters would grow under bill advancing in Legislature

“Hi, welcome to Viddler, how can we help?”
(The Viddler Blog)

Cyber Posse Knew All About 'Jihad Jane' (NPR)