Newstand - August 2000

Breaking News

California Governor Faces Taxing Decision, August 31, 2000

New Browserless Apps Allow One-Click Searching, August 31, 2000

E-Gov Rollout Will Take Five More Years, August 31, 2000

Handheld Devices Face Virus Threat, August 31, 2000

Napster Banned at 40% of US Colleges, August 30, 2000

CA Lawmakers OK Net Sales Tax Bill, August 30, 2000

Internet Contributes to Rise of Identity Theft, August 30, 2000

Microsoft Word 'Bug' Enables Web Tracking, August 30, 2000

Appeals Court Sets Date for Napster Trial, August 30, 2000

First Microsoft Class Action Suit Approved, August 30, 2000

Dow Jones Wins Control of Internet Address, August 30, 2000

Micron Sues Rambus Over Patents, August 30, 2000

FBI Probes Internet Fraud in Emulex Case, August 29, 2000

Attorney.com Now offering 100% Free Internet Service, August 29, 2000

Police Perplexed in Dealing with Cybercrime, August 29, 2000

Tech Giants Weigh in on Napster Controversy, August 29, 2000

MP3, Universal Music Face-Off in Copyright Suit, August 29, 2000

Adobe Offers Ink for E-Books, August 29, 2000

Microsoft, Amazon to Sell E-Books, August 28, 2000

Company to Enforce Big E-Commerce Patent, August 28, 2000

Adobe Prepares Accessible PDF Reader, August 25, 2000

Time Warner Posts a Link it Had Banned, August 25, 2000

Canada Probing Alleged Computer Spying, August 25, 2000

Visitor's to TRUSTe's Web Site Tracked by a Third Party, August 24, 2000

Carnivore Review Guidelines Out, August 24, 2000

Security Flaw Discovered in Network Associates PGP Software, August 24, 2000

Yahoo to Offer Encrypted E-Mail Option, August 25, 2000

E-Access to Increase for the Disabled, August 24, 2000

Florida Man Faces Online Extortion Charges, August 24, 2000

U.S. to Detail Plans on Review of Internet Wiretap, August 23, 2000

California Has New Law Against Domain Name Piracy, August 23, 2000

Adult Web Sites Face FTC Charges, August 23, 2000

Sprint Links Cell Phones, Email, August 23, 2000

Forbes Tries Embedded Web Links, August 23, 2000

Fair Use Lines Blur in Napster's Wake, August 23, 2000

Online Bank Targeted by  Cyber Thieves, August 23, 2000

In a Wired World, Multimedia is the Message, August 23, 2000

MP3 Blames AOL for Music Piracy, August 22, 2000

Microsoft Prepares to File Final Brief with Supreme Court August 21, 2000

Global Web Sites Prove Challenging, August 21, 2000

Charting a Knowledge Management Course, August 21, 2000

Got Cyber Insurance, August 21, 2000

Portals Signal Death of the Corporate Intranet, August 21, 2000

Disappearing Inc. Makes Disappearing Email Available fro Free Download, August 21, 2000

Apple Seeks Intellectual Property Watchdog, August 18, 2000

Third Suspect Identified in Bloomberg Cyberextortion Case, August 18, 2000

Code Is Not Free Speech, August 18, 2000

FBI Releasing Carnivore Files, August 18, 2000

Microsoft Releases Windows ME, August 18, 2000

Thelaw.com Announces Launch of the Thelawpus.com, August 18, 2000

Internet Law Library Announces Acquisition that Almost Doubles Revenues, August 18, 2000

Hollywood Scores Win in Video Hacking Case, August 18, 2000

Hacker Sparks Computer Alert for 30,000 in Ireland, August 17, 2000

Judge Halts Posting of DVD Cracking Code, August 17, 2000

FBI Investigates Password Stealing Scam, August 17, 2000

Professors Mull E-Books, August 17, 2000

New AOL Software Leaked to Web, August 17, 2000

Close Vote? You can Bid on It, August 17, 2000

E-Learning 101: The Basics of Studying Online, August 16, 2000

Napster Fan Hacks Dozens of Sites, August 16, 2000

FBI to Release Email Surveillance System Papers, August 16, 2000

Free-Lancers Sue for Web Royalties, August 16, 2000

FTC to Hold Identity Theft Victim Assistance Workshop, August 16, 2000

Firm Tracks Web Consumers for Drug Companies, August 15, 2000

Judge Expands on Napster Order, August 15, 2000

Questionable Doctors Unmasked, August 15, 2000

The Lawless Internet August 15, 2000

The Wires Were Made for Tapping August 14, 2000

Democrats to Cast Online Floor Votes at Convention, August 14, 2000

Expert Sites: The Cure for Common Confusion, August 14, 2000

Search Engines Narrow their Vision, August 14, 2000

Ask Jeeves Joins Vertical Search Market, August 14, 2000

International Woes for Yahoo!, August 14, 2000

A Convention First: Online Roll Call, August 13, 2000

Another Massive Net Attack Looming? August 12, 2000

E-Mail Error Lands Private Health Data in Wrong Place, August 11, 2000

New Software Speeds Search for Child Porn, August 11, 2000

Antitheft Technology Emerges, August 11, 2000

IDG Books Swallows Hungry Minds, August 11, 2000

FTC Begins Case Against AOL, August 11, 2000

Rule: Keep Chemical Spill Info Off of Web, August 11, 2000

Florida Forms Privacy Task Force, August 11, 2000

Internet Law Library Designates Audit Committee, August 11, 2000

FBI Keeping Carnivore Under Wraps, August 10, 2000

U.S. State Dept. Tracks Worker's Downloads, August 10, 2000

FindLaw Partners with Courtexpress.com to Provide Real-Time Internet Access, August 10, 2000

Netscape Changes its Download Software After Privacy Suit, August 9, 2000

UCITA Group Backs Off Provision in Software Licensing Law, August 9, 2000

Netscape Plays Catch-up With Latest Browser, August 9, 2000

Judge Rejects Harris Interactive's Request for Temporary Restraining Order, August 9, 2000

Mercata Wins Patent on Group-Buying Technology, August 9, 2000

Chasing Hollywood 'Pirates,' August 9, 2000

Indiana Lobbyists Can Register Online,  August 8, 2000

Netscape Changes Download Software,  August 8, 2000

U.S. Tops World Online Time: Americans are wired about 13 hours a month,  August 7, 2000

E-Filing Aims to Reduce Courts' Dependence on Paper,  August 7, 2000

Banking Big on e-Literacy, August 7, 2000

College Bookseller Settles Suit, August 7, 2000

bSmart.to Launches the World's First Integrated Voice and Data Browser, August 6, 2000

Transcript of Judge Marilyn Hall Patel's ruling in the Napster case

Privacy Plan Likely to Kick Off Debate, August 4, 2000 (reg. req'd)

Penguin Books Blames Internet for Unauthorized Book Sale, August 4, 2000

Judge Sets FBI Email Scanning Disclosure, August 3, 2000

Microsoft Seeks Dismissal of Class-Actions Suits, August 3, 2000

Privacy Report Criticizes 'Infomediaries,' August 2, 2000

The Newest Version of Westlaw.com is Now Available, August 2, 2000

Does Booksense.com Make Sense?, August 2, 2000

AltaVista Unveils New Features, August 2, 2000

AltaVista Unveils New Features, August 2, 2000

Apple Files Lawsuit to Stop Misappropriation of Apple Trade Secrets, August 2, 2000

New sites pull your data from all over the Web..creates a spectrum of concerns and competitive issues, August 1, 2000

Privacy Group Taps Judge in FBI Email Scanner Request, August 2, 2000

Harris Files Suit Against ISPs for Blocking Survey Access, August 1, 2000

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