Court order threatens Austar's eisa bid
A Federal Court order granted last month to MIcrosoft
to freeze the Australian assets of Johnson Wang has
thrown into doubt Austar's $24.4m takeover of
troubled internet service provider, eisa, it was revealed
Deregulate fast, urges US expert
The man hailed as the father of high-speed internet
access, Milo Medin, has urged Australia to embrace
"rabid competition" in the telecommunications sector to
ensure a wider choice for internet users...
Jobs on the Net: Is there a downside?
The Internet may be doing more harm than good when it comes to
employment in Australia, local recruitment experts warn...
Canberra in dark on net: IBM
MOST government internet initiatives are based on hunch,
and few departments or agencies have considered how
project performance will be measured, a study has found...
Internet Manhunt Begins in Berlin
In the latest twist in reality entertainment, a mysterious fugitive went underground
Monday in a city once famous for Cold War espionage. His mission: to evade capture
by Internet bounty hunters trying to collect a $10,000 prize...
Two charged in hacking, extortion scheme
Two Kazakhstan citizens were arrested in
London and accused of breaking into Bloomberg LP's computer system in
New York and trying to extort money from the financial data and news
Spy in your pocket
The next generation of mobile phones will make
it easier for police to spy on citizens, say civil
The Mysterious, Dangerous Net Porn Industry
E-commerce analysts keep a closer watch on
the key players in the dot-com industry than
the tabloids do of Elizabeth Taylor's
marriages. But what about the "oldest
e-profession" of them all -- porn?...