Russia may force ISPs to tip Big Brother. The first lawsuit over Siliconia. NSA declassifies the Clipper chip algorithms. US Government abdicates domain naming. Sprint blows hot air about a new all-in-one service. The site to visit when only the exact symbol will do. Where do you want to get sued today? The odds just went up that Teledesic will cast its broadband net around the world. TBTF Bookshelf reviews Barbarians Led by Bill Gates. The Freeny / E-Data patent falls in court. How do you pronounce http://, anyway? Intel offers help with Linux's Merced non-disclosure concerns. Months after its purchase, Microsoft's Hotmail is still running on Solaris and Apache. A surprise bestseller, Mr. Bunny takes on technical book publishing. Netscape invokes the Mozillans in a patent fight. The smoking gun of "lawful access." The TBTF Exclusionary Sites Hall of Shame. Judge rules that Intel is an essential facility. Netherlands moves toward requiring ISPs to wiretap their customers. 2-meter resolution photos from space for all your cadastral needs. Microsoft spin-control plan spins out of control. Mozilla runs free, and the nerds snap it up. Modem tax slapped down again, for now.
Washington State outlaws spam. A 56K stunner: x2 trounces K2flex. The man with the elementary address. Ron Rivest invents chaffing and winnowing for confidentiality without encryption. Microsoft, HP, and Sun itself deliver body blows to standardized Java. Intel's Merced is locking out free OSs. Draft Netscape Public License released. Strict EU privacy rules are coming. Centerfold attacks Web site. Breakin at CORE -- why those two servers, exactly? Netscape crypto is easily boosted to full strength. The Iridium satellites put on a light show, if you know when to look. FBI feints toward crypto in anthrax scare. AnyWho puts a reverse phone book on the Net. If your mail reader interprets HTML it could get you in a lot of trouble. How your keystrokes could be captured cheaply, and how you can prevent it. Learning from Microsoft, a company takes ownership of a security hole. Whatis.com offers definitions and more with style and grace. Mix financial cryptography with a total solar eclipse for a potent brew. Microsoft takes a few on the chin. Another small country sells domain names -- welcome .TM. The Spam King apologizes for his excesses as Hell makes ice. US government issues a green paper on domain names. Sizing the Linux market. Communicator 4 is not browser-safe for cross-platform color. A former minnow swallows a former whale. Netscape Frees Communicator source included. How Microsoft grows in Israel and Russia. Japanese officials are investigating Microsoft. Is there a programmer shortage or is the ITAA's crying "wolf?" Netscape laughs at Microsoft's expense. Microsoft tries to make nice after treating the executive and the judiciary like they treat competitors. Should SGI worry that Digital Domain bought 160 Alphas running Linux to render the film Titanic? The view from Softpro forget the hype, here's where it's really at.
Most recently updated 1999-12-22