Cash hoost for local e-businesses
Undeterred by continued nervousness on world
technology markets and the Nasdaq's heavy losses on
Friday, Deutsche Asset Management and f2 yesterday
made separate cash injections into local dot coms...
NetRegistry plans IPO
nternet domain registrar NetRegistry will float on the Australian Stock Exchange
(ASX) later this year, CEO Larry Bloch confirmed today...
GST confusion causes Telstra-One.Tel dispute over local calls
CONFUSION over the GST has locked Australian telcos Telstra and
One.Tel in a dispute over the provision of local calls...
dstore gets its name aired
Melbourne radio personality Neil Mitchell changed his name to dstore.com.au for
today's broadcast as a fundraising stunt for charity...
Join Us, Don't Fight Us, Pentagon Tells Hackers
The largest-ever convention of computer hackers has opened here with top-ranking
U.S. military officials offering to hire the elite of the cybervandal world and put them to
work defending against foreign government attacks...
European Union Ministers Vow Cyber Crime Crackdown
European Union ministers said on Saturday they would seek new laws to crack down
on fast-growing crime by Internet fraudsters, computer hackers and child
Internet Fight Brewing Over 'Spam'
Peter Kaldis, a systems support manager for Pixar Animation Studios in Richmond,
Calif., estimates he gets about 100 e-mails per day, some 25 percent of which are junk
e-mails offering everything from get-rich-quick schemes to entry to pornographic Web
sites and sham cures for cancer...
Privacy groups: Cookie deal a monster
Consumer advocates blast the agency's decision to let
online advertisers collect data on consumers without