Start-ups to get $85m from US
Australian venture capital firms are to be joined by a
powerful new player in the technology investment
arena, opening up a fresh source of funds for local
WorldCom data network goes into action
Global carrier WorldCom has launched its next assault on
the Australian market, yesterday switching on a data
network that locks it in battle with both national
and international telcos...
This software hunts down criminals
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the
'baddest' criminal of all? In Australia, the feds
are using off-the-shelf software to help them
bust the bad guys...
Telcos pay the price
Telecommunications players in Australia are now
paying the price for a decade of focusing on privatisation and
share price at the expense of network infrastructure, industry
analyst Paul Budde said today...
FBI Prepares to Disclose Material on Wiretapping
The FBI is collecting material giving details of its Internet-wiretapping system known
as Carnivore and will begin turning it over to a privacy protection group for review
within about 45 days, the Justice Department says....
Bank Says No Damage From New Virus
Swiss banking giant UBS AG said Thursday no damage has been reported as a result
of a new strain of the ``Love Letter'' computer virus that specifically targets its
Online traffic: Web is 'not a fluke'
There are now more U.S. households
online than not, thanks to cheap computers and free
ISPs shrinking the digital divide, new studies show...
EMI Sues Site Over Cell Phone Downloads
EMI Music Publishing has filed a $45
million copyright-infringement lawsuit
against Santa Monica, Calif.-based Global Music One
and chairman Ralph Simon...