Radical changes challenge to telcos
The ministerial inquiry into telecommunications has
stuck with its view that the industry, along with other
electronic and broadcast communications media,
should be placed under the oversight of a single
electronic communications commissioner...
'Use it or lose it' move angers Telecom
A recommendation that owners of a radio spectrum be
required either to use it or to sell it has outraged
Telecom and Telstra Saturn...
Telecom disappointed, Clear happy
Telecom is disappointed with the recommendations of the ministerial
inquiry into the telecommunications regime, but Clear has given them
New Zealand Telecom Reined In
A government-ordered inquiry takes a good hard look at New
Zealand's largely unregulated telecom industry. The report calls
for greater regulation, but not everyone agrees...
Sega Not Playing With 'Pirates'
The game company sends cease-and-desist letters to discussion
sites that share warez information and product documentation.
While some sites fold under the pressure, iSONEWS hunkers down
for a fight...
Netscape site gets new look for browser update
Netscape Communications today released a third preview version of its long-delayed Web
browser update and unveiled a Web site redesign...
U.K. Bosses Get Access To Staff E-mail
British privacy activists are challenging new rules that
will let employers read their staff's e-mail without
seeking permission first...
Yahoo Eyes Threat From "Screen Scrapers"
"Screen scrapers" like Yodlee
Inc. and emerging wireless services are casting an
ominous shadow over Yahoo Inc., an executive