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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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History Looks at the NSA  10 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: Wired.com - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Government To the NSA, of course, its devilish reputation is merely an unfortunate Hollywood fiction. Its director, Lt. Gen. Michael Hayden, has taken every opportunity to say so, most recently on a History Channel documentary that aired for the first time Monday . . .
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California governor to seek funding to target high-tech crimes  09 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: Nando Times - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Government Gov. Gray Davis will ask the Legislature for nearly $86 million to combat identity theft and other high-tech crimes in California, his aides said Sunday. The governor also will ask for more money for crime labs in the state, continued . . .
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NSA preps Spook Linux 0.1  08 January 2001  Print E-mail
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Source: TheRegister - Posted by Jen Olson   
Government The ultra-secretive US spy agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), has released a prototype for an ultra-secure version of the Linux operating system. Developed in co-operation with industry research partners, the prototype includes enhancements to Linux which provide stronger protection against . . .
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