FTC announces results of Net fraud sweep

FTC announces results of Net fraud sweep

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced results from an international law enforcement sweep aimed at squashing deceptive spam and...

April 2nd, 2002 Scarlet Pruitt

FTC announces results of Net fraud sweep

FTC announces results of Net fraud sweep

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced results from an international law enforcement sweep aimed at squashing deceptive spam and...

April 2nd, 2002 Scarlet Pruitt

President Bush signs antiterrorism bill

President Bush signs antiterrorism bill

U.S.President George W. Bush on Friday signed into law an antiterrorism measure designed to heighten national security and to temporarily...

October 29th, 2001 Cara Garretson

Cybercrime bite is starting to hurt

Cybercrime bite is starting to hurt

Criminal use of technology is not only putting a serious dent in worldwide economic productivity, it's also pushing police resources...

September 30th, 2001 Michael MacMillan

Cybercrime

Cybercrime

Criminal use of technology is not only putting a serious dent in worldwide economic productivity, it's also pushing police resources...

September 6th, 2001 Michael MacMillan

Microsoft supporters raised from the dead

Microsoft supporters raised from the dead

Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust battle against the U.S. government has drawn out of the woodwork a number of supporters for a...

August 24th, 2001 Matt Berger

Cybercrime bite starting to hurt, says EDS

Cybercrime bite starting to hurt, says EDS

Criminal use of technology is not only putting a serious dent in worldwide economic productivity, it's also pushing police resources...

August 20th, 2001 Michael MacMillan

Computer virus raises new ethical concerns

Computer virus raises new ethical concerns

The pirates, hackers and crackers of the world have never been renowned for their display of social consciousness. After all...

June 28th, 2001 Chris Conrath

Uganda seeks tech solution to voter fraud

Uganda seeks tech solution to voter fraud

A face recognition technology used at the Super Bowl to identify criminals will now be taken to Africa to assist...

March 15th, 2001 James Evans