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Crime reporting website raises security fears  14 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: VNUnet - Posted by Nick DeClario   
Government Plans to let the public report crimes via a national police website have raised fears that citizens will be vulnerable to revenge attacks if computer security fails. Home Office minister Charles Clarke told the House of Commons this week that he . . .
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U.S. government throws in towel on computerexport limits  11 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: ComputerWorld - Posted by Nick DeClario   
Government The White House yesterday essentially threw in the towel on the government's ability to limit exports of high-performance computers, while also acknowledging that there's little the U.S. can do to prevent other nations from developing high-powered systems by harnessing computer power . . .
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How to Spend a Dollar on Security  11 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: ComputerWorld - Posted by Nick DeClario   
Government A shy, spiky-haired 24-year-old reputedly unleashes a global computer virus causing an estimated $10 billion in damages, paralyzing computers from the Pentagon to the Parliament. Hackers spend six weeks peering at Microsoft's network programming code for a new generation of Microsoft . . .
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Agencies crack down on e-mail 'spam'  11 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: GovExec.com - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Government A group of federal agencies is collaborating to crack down on unsolicited commercial e-mail. The Federal Trade Commission last Friday released the results of part of its "Project Mailbox IV," an effort by the FTC, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, . . .
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Hollywood, software groups push DoJ copyright busts  10 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: TheRegister - Posted by Jen Olson   
Government Music bootleggers and software crackers tired of wading through the entire United States Code to see if they're about to break the law, or incur daunting criminal liabilities in excess of the potential value of their planned activities, may now consult . . .
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