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In A Virtual World, Who Owns Ideas?  13 March 2000 
Source: Slashdot - Posted by Team   
This article by Jon Katz on Slashdot talks about copyright and intellectual property rights and how the Net has affected them. He states, "The structure of the Net, and of the Web in particular, is altering the way younger . . .
Fed Site to Fight Cybercrime  13 March 2000 
Source: Wired - Posted by Team   
Here's a short article on Wired that discusses They say, "The site is designed to provide information that can be useful "from the classroom to the courtroom," Assistant Attorney General James Robinson of the Criminal Division said . . .
On the Trail of a Hacker  13 March 2000 
Posted by Team   
This ABC News article talks about how the feds caught Coolio, the hacker accused of breaking into and other web sites. "Recently released court records explain how authorities traced the hacking attack on a popular anti-drug Web site . . .
Dot-coms wary of privacy bills  13 March 2000 
Source: ComputerWorld - Posted by Team   
This ComputerWorld article talks about far-reaching changes that are currently being discussed in Congress. " Inc. uses e-mail to inform customers of prescription refills and new products. It's an important means of customer contact. But Congress and the states are . . .
Clinton Cybercrime Efforts Treading Familiar Path  13 March 2000 
Source: E-Commerce Times - Posted by Team   
This E-Commerce Times article discusses the three points of action the Justice and Commerce departments are taking to fight "cybercrime". The first, "that online conduct is treated in a manner consistent with the way offline conduct is treated, in . . .
Employment: Web security posts hard to fill with skilled workers  13 March 2000 
Source: DallasNews --    - Posted by Team   
"The recent hacker attacks that paralyzed popular Internet sites such as and for several hours highlight the need for information technology security specialists." . . .
Wanted by the FBI: High Tech Crime Fighters  11 March 2000 
Source: --    - Posted by Team   
" Last month's cyberattacks on top Web sites have exposed the FBI's high-tech shortcomings and the need for more computer experts at the bureau, the president of the FBI agents association said. " . . .
Updated Programs Crush Cookies  11 March 2000 
Source:    - Posted by Team   
"Slowly but surely, your hard drive is collecting cookies from all over the Web. Maybe it's time for a little dust-off.The Limit Software has updated its cookie-detection and -deletion tools. Cookie Crusher, priced at $15, and CyberClean, $10.95, help you . . .
Intuit slapped with privacy violation suit  10 March 2000 
Source: Computer World - Posted by Team   
A user of Intuit's Web site has sued the company for allegedly disclosing his personal information to advertisers. . . .
Security pro offers anti-hacker tips  10 March 2000 
Source: Denver Post - Posted by Team   
Companies forging into the ecommerce world must rethink how they keep intruders from stealing secret information on computers, security experts warned Thursday. Denver-based Colorado Computer Technology Institute, a computer-training company better known as CCTI, plans to host security seminars in . . .
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