Attacks on Google Book Search ‘much ado about nothing’

Attacks on Google Book Search ‘much ado about nothing’

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLECanadian IT industry observers are characterizing the controversy over Microsoft Corp.'s recent allegations that Google Inc.'s online...

March 11th, 2007

Skype: Is it hazardous to your network

Skype: Is it hazardous to your network

While not exactly a low-profile endeavour before its recent acquisition by eBay, Skype is sure to be an even greater...

October 13th, 2005 Kevin Tolly

Correction August 31

Correction August 31

In a story posted Aug. 22, entitled, "Spyware eyes bigger bucks, says report," IT World Canada reported that 180solutions was...

August 30th, 2005 No Author

Phishing figures show rise in Trojans

Phishing figures show rise in Trojans

The latest figures from the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) offer cold comfort for anyone concerned about phishing. Although the number...

May 3rd, 2005 John E. Dunn

Agribusiness sheds legacy infrastructure

Agribusiness sheds legacy infrastructure

Three years ago, agribusiness firm James Richardson International Ltd. (JRI) was still running legacy green-screen applications on its decentralized network....

February 3rd, 2005 Rebecca Reid

Privacy is dead; long live control

Privacy is dead; long live control

Ubiquitous surveillance technologies have stripped us of our anonymity. What we do, even if it's part of a crowd, no...

February 29th, 2004 Andy Rowsell-Jones

Ninety-seven senators can be wrong

Ninety-seven senators can be wrong

The vote in your United States Senate was 97 to 0 - generally the kind of bipartisan unanimity reserved for...

November 7th, 2003 Paul McNamara

Governments wrestle the spam dilemma

Governments wrestle the spam dilemma

Government officials and industry associations today met at the House of Commons to discuss possible solutions to the ever-expanding problem...

July 1st, 2003 Wendy Brewer

EC accuses France of hindering cable Internet providers

EC accuses France of hindering cable Internet providers

The European Commission Wednesday accused the French government of giving France T...

April 10th, 2003 Paul Meller