Shining a light on Echelon. A report from the ICANN Berlin meeting. The Jargon Scout gets fully buzzword compliant. Trinkets for topologists: the finest in Klein bottles. HushMail: free Web-based email with bulletproof encryption. Canada will not regulate the Net. Domain-name competition? Not yet. A secret group founded by the FBI has been pushing international data monitoring worldwide. An appeals court affirms US encryption export laws are unconstitutional when applied to source code. Electronic ink technology promises real e-books, someday. AOL, four others to take part in domain-name competition. John Gilmore's opportunistic encryption is on the way. Puzzled by the appearance of favicon.ico in your Web log? Get a cable modem, go to jail.
Network Solutions grabs for power. Four online troublemakers birth the Clue Train manifesto. Introducing Lloyd Wood's Jaundiced Eye, a new independent voice on TBTF. The NSA has been reading other nations' cable traffic like the morning paper. The Web's code base is degrading due to HTML smudging. Scientists slow light to 17 m/sec. Eolas sues Microsoft over a patent covering ActiveX. Protests over high telecomm costs spread. Don't you just hate it when your camera explodes? Meet the squammers: domain name squatters who spam the InterNIC. Windows Refund Day: demand your money back from Mr. Bill. An interview at the NSA Good Will Hunting missed the mark. New portal equation: portals plus pipes equals gates. Intel's planned Pentium III ID number sets off a storm. Widely reported, very Confucian Chinese Y2K incentive turns out to be a joke. Uncensored Australian crypto report comes to light. A business model from cloudcuckooland. Indian government may ban crippled US crypto products. Are Microsoft and Netscape colluding in restraint of trade? Cookie privacy flaw affects most browsers. Open Source quantum computing. How often is once in a Blue Moon?