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New Zealand

4  NZ Cops Stalk Mob -- Virtually
The Mongrel Mob is responsible for practically all the organized crime in New Zealand's capital city, and the police there have launched a campaign against them on the Web...
Wired

4  Internet just the job for recruitment
Web recruiting will eventually eliminate the need for bulky resumes, according to one of New Zealand's biggest recruitment advertising placement agencies...
NZ Herald

4  IRD demand an error
An Inland Revenue computer error resulted in about 2000 taxpayers with student loans being sent demands for repayments they do not need to make...
Stuff

Other

4  States: Labels Fixed CD Prices
Twenty-eight states have filed suit against the big record labels and two music retailers, accusing them of conspiring to fix CD prices...
Wired

4  Netscape To Offer Patch For Security Hole
Netscape Communications, a unit of America Online, plans to make a patch available so that users can protect themselves from a glitch found in Netscape's browser software that can be used to let hackers view or retrieve files on a computer or network...
TechWeb

4  Intel, Panasonic take aim at online piracy
Intel and Panasonic said they will release new software tomorrow intended to prevent online music piracy from going mobile...
CNet

4  AT&T Sues ATT&T In Trademark Dispute
AT&T Corp. has sued ATT&T Inc. for alleged infringement of the AT&T trademark, for unfair competition, and for "cyber piracy," the latter stemming from the defendant's registration of the Internet domain name "ATTINC.com."...
TechWeb

4  FIFA Kicks Cybersquatter Off Soccer Website
World soccer's governing body FIFA has kicked a cybersquatter off the Web site www.fifa-world-cup.com in its second such victory before an international panel, U.N. arbitrators said Tuesday...
Yahoo

Australia

4  CyberSentry bid dropped
Tiny US company CyberSentry withdrew its bizarre takeover bid for LibertyOne yesterday, after realising it would not receive board approval for the ambitious offer...
AFR

4  Site made 'life harder', court told
A BLIND Sydney man said he suffered sleep and lifestyle disruptions because of his battle to get better access to the Olympic Games' organising committee's website...
Australian IT

4  Customers question Big Pond cable 'upgrades'
Surprise new pricing plans and ongoing performance woes have customers up in arms....
NewsWire

4  Optus to offer free WAP phone
To entice users to its WAP service CWO will offer a free Motorola WAP cell phone...
NewsWire

Other

4  Microsoft Launches E-Book Software; Big Shift Seen
Microsoft Corp. launched free software for electronic books on Tuesday in a move publishers called a turning point for the book industry...
Yahoo

4  British Woman Fights for Privacy in Cyberspace
A complaint by a British Internet user who says a publisher ``invaded'' her registered domain name has raised new questions about privacy and property rights in cyberspace, online experts said Tuesday...
Yahoo

4  Netscape 6 'preview' close, but ...
There's a lot to like about Netscape 6 Preview Release 2, but its lack of stability and feature holes show that a real beta is still awhile in coming...
ZDNet

4  Germans Move To Dump Nazis From Web
Germany moved Tuesday to block Nazi slogans as German Web addresses after discovering someone had registered www.heil-hitler.de. But officials worried about rising neo-Nazi violence concede there's little they can do about sites based elsewhere in cyberspace - especially the United States...
AP