All govt staff to get secure email
The secure email phase of the government's
internal Secure Electronic Environment will go
first to Treasury, the State Services
Commission and the department of Prime
Minister and Cabinet...
Government should take broadband initiative if Telecom won't
Broadband services are crucial to New Zealand's
e-economy – and if Telecom won't play ball the
Government could consider becoming an infrastructure
Hacking law has insider flaw
The proposed law against computer hacking,
scheduled to be referred last week to a
parliamentary select committee, leaves
hackers within an organisation untouched...
Anti-spam Organization Hit With Restraining Order
MAPS, the organization which maintains an anti-spam blacklist
used by thousands of ISPs across the globe is reeling from the
effects of a restraining order granted against it by the advertising
company 24/7 Media...
Pay-to-surf site cuts 35 percent of work force
AllAdvantage lays off nearly 150 employees, adding to the 160 workers who were let go earlier this
Pentium 4 computers arrive Monday
Nearly all the major PC manufacturers will release the first desktops built
around the Pentium 4, a new microprocessor from Intel that will form the
bedrock of the company's business for the next few years...
FTC warns e-tailers
Seeking to head off another holiday
season of disappointments over gifts
ordered online not arriving on time, the
Federal Trade Commission Friday
warned more than 100 e-tailers about
making delivery promises they cannot
Do We Really Need New Domains?
While dot-com businesses continue to drop like
flies, Internet regulators agree on a list of new
top-level domains. Registrars -- who stand to
profit handsomely from new dot-suffixes -- say
worldwide demand necessitates additional domains...