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Email, Privacy, and the Law  03 March 2000 
Source: -   - Posted by Team   
Gregg Knauss writes..."It's a nightmare scenario: You make someone mad, they sue, and suddenly your once private email is delivered directly into their hands - everything you've ever said about them, right down to your spelling errors, available for them . . .
Senate panel asks for hacker's counsel  02 March 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
WASHINGTON--The government is seeking advice from an infamous computer hacker, just weeks after his release from federal prison, about keeping its electronic networks safe from intruders. . . .
Students fight Napster bans  02 March 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
College students bent on maintaining access to the popular Napster music software [allows students and other users to easily swap MP3s] on campus networks have circulated a petition online urging administrators to lift their bans. . . .
New Federal Security Policy on the Way  02 March 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
It would be nice if they would also take an open source security model into consideration. Dan Verton writes..."The new National Information Assurance Acquisition Policy, approved last month by the National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Committee, will . . .
U.S. Wants Less Web Anonymity  01 March 2000 
Source: Wired News - Posted by Team   
Deputy attorney general Eric Holder spoke to a joint congressional panel, "the Clinton administration is reviewing "whether we have adequate legal tools to locate, identify, and prosecute cyber criminals," but stopped short of endorsing a specific proposal." . . .
Expedia Reports Significant Credit Card Fraud  01 March 2000 
Source: E-Commerce Times - Posted by Team   
Online travel agency and Microsoft spin-off reported Wednesday that it will record $4 to $6 million (US$) in third quarter losses to cover fraudulent credit card purchases made on its Web site. . . .
Schumer Intros Net Security Bill  29 February 2000 
Source: ComputerCurrents -    - Posted by Team   
"Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., Thursday formally introduced a measure that would increase the fines and penalties for computer crimes. Schumer introduced the bill, S. 2092, along with Republican backing from Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., a legislator whose most focused attention . . .
Anti-Cyberattack Plan  28 February 2000 
Source: Computer Currents - Posted by Team   
"On the heels of recent distributed denial-of- service (DDoS) attacks on commercial Web sites, a public/private security group has published a document to help organizations deal with systems security." This DDoS roadmap can be found at . . .
Are security fears running ahead of reality?  28 February 2000 
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"Word of a severe privacy breach once again spread over the Net like wildfire last week, sending a company scrambling to douse incendiary charges of spying on consumers." . . .
Only a handful of cyber-crooks are ever punished  28 February 2000 
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"Only a handful of computer attackers are actually caught and convicted as federal law enforcement of cyber-crime lags far behind the explosive growth of the Internet, Justice Department records show. In 1998, the private sector reported at least 3,700 hacking . . .
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