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U.S. VoIP regulation may heat up next year

U.S. VoIP regulation may heat up next year

Next year may be a big one for regulation of VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) in the U.S., according to...

March 30th, 2004 Stephen Lawson
U.S. lawmakers question EU Microsoft decision

U.S. lawmakers question EU Microsoft decision

Ten members of the U.S. House International Relations Committee are questioning the European Commission's decision last Wednesday to fine Microsoft...

March 30th, 2004 Grant Gross
U.S. panel: Government IT must consider privacy, ethics

U.S. panel: Government IT must consider privacy, ethics

U.S. government agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are being pitched many new technologies, but government technologists...

March 23rd, 2004 Grant Gross
MS ANTITRUST : E.U. Microsoft ruling could set precedent

MS ANTITRUST : E.U. Microsoft ruling could set precedent

With the breakdown of settlement talks between the European Union and Microsoft Corp., the stage is set for the E.U....

March 18th, 2004 Marc Ferranti
Microsoft-E.U. antitrust settlement hopes dim

Microsoft-E.U. antitrust settlement hopes dim

Hopes of a last-minute settlement of Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust case in Europe dimmed Wednesday, after a morning meeting between competition...

March 16th, 2004 Paul Meller
Regulators back EC Microsoft ruling

Regulators back EC Microsoft ruling

Antitrust regulators from the 15 European Union (E.U.) countries have unanimously backed the European Commission's negative ruling against Microsoft Corp.,...

March 16th, 2004 Paul Meller
Adventures in architecture

Adventures in architecture

Last fall, the Office of the Corporate CIO for the Government of Alberta received the first annual HP Privacy Innovation...

March 15th, 2004 Alec Campbell
Security and accountability in the e-age

Security and accountability in the e-age

Maher Arar, the Ottawa software engineer who was controversially held in Syria for 10 months, does not act like a...

March 15th, 2004 Jeffrey Roy
UPDATE: Canadian credit agency reports security breach

UPDATE: Canadian credit agency reports security breach

More than 1,400 Canadians, primarily in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, have been notified of a major security...

March 15th, 2004 Carly Suppa
Proposed U.S. IT budget reflects impact of deficit

Proposed U.S. IT budget reflects impact of deficit

The White House has released details of its proposed fiscal 2005 U.S. IT budget, which is showing signs of increased...

March 15th, 2004 Dan Verton