LibertyOne's Bristow joins dot bombers
The founder of embattled internet and e-commerce
company LibertyOne, Graham Bristow, last night added
his name to the long list of departed high-profile dot com
Dingo Blue on track
DINGO Blue should report a profit this financial year as the
one-year-old internet and telecommunications provider
continued to look for strategic partnerships, managing
director Martin Paech said...
Universities to install Web snoop
The University of NSW and the University of Sydney have agreed
to trial Internet monitoring software...
Internet Sex a Risky Business, U.S. Study Finds
People who find sex partners through the Internet may face a greater risk of AIDS and
other sexually transmitted diseases than those who find partners in less virtual venues,
according to a study released on Tuesday...
Hollywood looks to kill hyperlinks in copyright fights
As Hollywood and record companies go all-out to protect their copyrights online, they've run
up against one of the Web's most hallowed traditions: the untrammeled ability to link to
anything anywhere on the Net...
IT woes: Software that cries wolf
Intrusion-detection tools have their place in
a network's security arsenal, but their false-positive
alarms keep network administrators up at night...
FTC close to deal on Web profiling
Sources say new privacy deal with Net ad
firms is designed to better protect Web surfers and their
identities as they click away...
Channel Islands balk at 'domain tax'
The Channel Islands refuse to pay fees to
Icann, the net's co-ordinating body...