On-line fines system off to roaring start
The Department for Courts collected about
$1000 in fines on the first day, after launching
its online fine-payment Web site this week...
Cheeky net thief clones legal site
A cheeky Russian computer programmer who cloned a
Wellington law firm's website - but renamed staff Boris
and Grigory for authenticity - has been caught out...
Little time for talk at e-comm summit
Little time appears to be devoted to discussion
at the forthcoming e-commerce "summit" in
November, with most of the timetable taken up
with formal keynote addresses and company
Govt to tighten state sector approach to IT investment
The Government was promising to tighten the state sector's
fragmented approach to information systems and technology
investment – including learning lessons from the Incis police
Virus Suspect is Really Wanted
Onel de Guzman, the primary suspect in the "Love Bug"
case before charges against him were dropped, is
besieged by employment offers from around the world...
Akamai caught in Net filtering cross fire
Networking firm Akamai has been dragged into the censorware debate, thanks to a
hole affecting Web site blocking software that exploits the company's data delivery system...
Amazon.com to sell cars
In a bid to become the earth's biggest
car showroom, Internet retailer
Amazon.com announced Wednesday
that it has teamed with online car seller
Greenlight.com to provide car-buying
services to its 23 million customers...
How Secure Are You?
While IT managers spent huge amounts of time and
resources to thwart the threat of year 2000 problems,
information security breaches in the Internet economy
are an even bigger threat...