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New Zealand

4  IndraNet drops the cloak and dagger
Local mystery company IndraNet has finally shown its hand this week by revealing a four-pronged business strategy...
IDG NZ

4  Freedom considers legal action against Telecom
Auckland firm Freedom may take legal action after Telecom terminated its cellular network resale agreement two weeks ago...
Stuff

4  Auckland firm seeks funding for its `speech into e-mail' plan
An Auckland telecommunications company wants funding to launch its "speech into e-mail" concept commercially...
Stuff

Other

4  Who's First on Cookie Features?
Netscape's browser has allowed third-party cookie blocking for years. Is Microsoft's claim of a privacy first for Internet Explorer exaggerated?...
Wired

4  Euro Penguins Fight Patents
The EuroLinux Alliance for a Free Information Infrastructure is none too pleased about Linux-based patents, and it has circulated a petition that thousands of people have signed...
Wired

4  Instant Messaging Competitors Criticize AOL Stance
America Online Inc. , whose instant messaging system dwarfs all its rivals combined, is dragging its feet on allowing users of other services to chat real-time with AOL's millions of members, a group of 16 AOL competitors said on Friday...
Yahoo

4  EU Officials Have B2B Exchanges in Sights
The European Commission is preparing a key antitrust ruling on a business to business (B2B) Internet marketplace which could have huge ramifications for similar Web sites, European Union officials said on Sunday...
Yahoo

4  Critics Disagree on Merits of New Microsoft Policy
A traditional critic of Microsoft said Friday the firm's decision to give consumers control over Internet ``cookies'' is a Trojan horse, but privacy advocates and some state attorneys general applauded the software firm's move...
Yahoo

Australia

4  Shrinking K*Grind getting serious
Its users may rave about it but youth portal K*Grind is about to get a whole lot smaller, as its new owners slash staff and possibly shut its internet radio station...
AFR

4  Bunfight at end, gunfight in offing
WITH the smoke of a takeover on the horizon, internet investment house LibertyOne has ended separate legal battles against two high-profile former employees...
Australian IT

4  Like phone sex only tasteful
ADULT products e-tailer Sharon Austen should have an Australian site ready by September after its namesake chief executive launches a website in New York this week...
Australian IT

4  Streaming media rules OK -- except when it doesn't
Streaming multimedia will not be considered broadcasting, the government announced Friday afternoon, but the new decision has done little to calm Net industry fears amidst a wealth of contradictory policy statements on online broadcasting....
News Wire

Other

4  Cheap Thrills: Stephen King tests honesty of online readers
Is Stephen King trying to kill his publishers? Or just scare the daylights out of them?...
AP

4  PayPal alert! Beware the 'Paypai' scam
This Russian-based site sure looks like the popular PayPal.com payment site, complete with pilfered user names and passwords...
ZDNet

4  ATI suffers Wrath of Jobs
Mad over leakage of iMac specs, Apple yanks ATI's graphics cards from its new systems in apparent retaliation for the chip maker's loose lips...
ZDNN

4  British Newspaper Website Publishes Paedophile List
The News Of The World has published a list of child sex offenders in its print edition and on its website, causing huge controversy. Here is a link to the article that caused the outcry...
News Of The World