Public Sector Archives - Page 522

Millions of Indians to put e-voting to test

Millions of Indians to put e-voting to test

Indians voting to elect federal and state legislators next month will press buttons on electronic voting machines (EVMs), rather than...

March 4th, 2004 John Ribeiro
Former California official charged in Oracle case

Former California official charged in Oracle case

California Attorney General Bill Lockyer has filed criminal charges against the former policy director of recalled California Governor Gray Davis...

March 3rd, 2004 Robert McMillan
EC settles Deutsche Telekom antitrust case

EC settles Deutsche Telekom antitrust case

The European Commission has reached a settlement with Deutsche Telekom AG over its anticompetitive practices in the market for cheap...

March 2nd, 2004 Paul Meller
Government IT councils survive NOIE closure

Government IT councils survive NOIE closure

In a move certain to worry IT vendors, the federal government will retain its two most powerful internal IT advisory...

March 2nd, 2004 Julian Bajkowski
E.U. trade sanctions could cost tech firms millions

E.U. trade sanctions could cost tech firms millions

The European Union (E.U.) struck back at tax breaks given to U.S. exporters Monday by slapping trade sanctions on the...

March 2nd, 2004 Scarlet Pruitt
WorldCom’s Ebbers expected to face federal charges

WorldCom’s Ebbers expected to face federal charges

Bernard Ebbers, the former chief executive officer of WorldCom Inc., will be indicted on federal fraud charges related to his...

March 1st, 2004 Grant Gross
Understanding the new privacy imperative

Understanding the new privacy imperative

Canada's new privacy law, "The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act" (PIPEDA) came into full force for most Canadians...

February 29th, 2004 Ian Turnbull
EU trade sanctions could cost tech firms millions

EU trade sanctions could cost tech firms millions

The European Union (EU) struck back at tax breaks given to U.S. exporters Monday by slapping trade sanctions on the...

February 29th, 2004 Scarlet Pruitt
Sarbanes-Oxley compliance dates pushed back

Sarbanes-Oxley compliance dates pushed back

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has pushed back the dates by which U.S. companies must comply with the...

February 26th, 2004 David Legard
First privacy report card for U.S. government

First privacy report card for U.S. government

Why do Americans trust the U.S. Postal Service with their personal information more than the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA),...

February 26th, 2004 Larry Ponemon