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U.S. VoIP regulation bill approved in committee

U.S. VoIP regulation bill approved in committee

A U.S. Senate committee has approved a bill that would exempt voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service from most government...

July 26th, 2004 Grant Gross
Calgary firm’s patent may have big impact

Calgary firm’s patent may have big impact

How a new enterprise application integration (EAI) patent potentially affects the US$70 billion EAI market and thousands of customers remains...

July 22nd, 2004 Ryan B. Patrick
Don’t blame Wal-Mart

Don’t blame Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and the U.S. Department of Defense have been accused of force-feeding radio frequency identification (RFID) to the...

July 20th, 2004 CIO staff
New Australian IT Minister starts with clear mind

New Australian IT Minister starts with clear mind

The newly appointed IT and Communications Minister Helen Coonan plans to undertake widespread consultation with industry before making any firm...

July 15th, 2004 Sandra Rossi
Senator introduces ‘phishing’ penalties bill

Senator introduces ‘phishing’ penalties bill

Fraudsters who create authentic-looking Web sites in an effort to get customers of a legitimate e-commerce site to provide financial...

July 13th, 2004 Grant Gross
Japan FTC: Microsoft violating Antimonopoly Act

Japan FTC: Microsoft violating Antimonopoly Act

The Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) said Tuesday that certain provisions in license agreements between Microsoft Corp. and Japanese PC...

July 13th, 2004 Martyn Williams and Laura Rohde
Spam balloons in Australia despite legislation

Spam balloons in Australia despite legislation

Since the introduction of antispam legislation in Australia in April this year, the spread of unsolicited junk e-mail has increased...

July 4th, 2004 Sandra Rossi
U.K. politicians call for tougher stance on DoS attacks

U.K. politicians call for tougher stance on DoS attacks

The U.K. government needs to take a tougher stance on crimes committed via the Internet by updating the Computer Misuse...

July 4th, 2004 Laura Rohde
WSIS: Early row signals challenges for next Net summit

WSIS: Early row signals challenges for next Net summit

Tempers flared briefly during a recent meeting designed to define the structure of next year's follow-up global Net summit in...

July 4th, 2004 John Blau
ISPs off the hook for music downloads

ISPs off the hook for music downloads

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled 9-0 Wednesday morning that Internet service providers (ISPs) should not be held responsible nor...

June 29th, 2004 Carly Suppa