"About time" say ISPs on 0867 action
Far from being thrilled at the Commerce
Commission's decision to take Telecom to
court over its 0867 move, ISPs around the
country are annoyed that it's taken so long...
CTU to 'beef up' web site
Unions are adding internet access to their list of
employment contract claims...
Net firms shun consumer code
minister Paul Swain wants
to know why Internet
providers are not signing up to a voluntary code of practice,
designed to protect consumers...
PlayStation 2: Worth the Wait?
Impatient video game geeks who bought the Japanese
version have been largely disappointed. But Sony and
observers say the U.S. version, with more software in
tow, could be better...
Setting Limits for 'Whois' Data
Anti-spam advocates say a recent lawsuit could set a
precedent to control access to the millions of names,
phone numbers, and email addresses contained in domain
name whois databases...
Credit card scammers fish for AOL members
Online Net giant America Online has been hit with another scam aimed at tricking its
members into giving up credit card information...
Microsoft's IE 5.5 Fails The Test
Microsoft's recent release of Internet Explorer 5.5 for
Windows targets the Web-development community.
But the many proprietary extensions to industry
standards in the browser could alienate the very group
the company wants to court...
More Netscape Users Sue Over Feature Removal
America Online unit Netscape Communications plans to
remove a feature in its SmartDownload product that has
irked some users enough to file a lawsuit, a spokesman