Newstand - November 2000

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Online Privacy Law Anticipated, November 30, 2000

Justice Dept. Probing Online Trading Competition, November 30, 2000

A Dog Fight Over Net Travel Info, November 30, 2000

CIA Fires Employees for Secret Chat Room, November 30, 2000

Few Companies React to EU Privacy Agreement, November 30, 2000

Consumers May Find E-Books a Tough Read, November 30, 2000

Judge Protects Web Poster's Anonymity, November 30, 2000

RIAA Seeks Gov't Intervention in Digital Battle with Publishers, November 29, 2000

Online Newspapers Bask in Election Overtime, November 29, 2000

Feds Might Ramp-Up Privacy Enforcement, November 29, 2000

Congress in Knots on Tech Issues, November 29, 2000

Copyright Act Faces Big Test, November 29, 2000

Copyright Holders, Digital Media Firms Square Off in Hearing, November 29, 2000

Online Anonymity Faces Legal Challenges, November 28, 2000

Yahoo! Delivers Encrypted E-Mail, November 28, 2000

Supreme Court to Place Recount Case Transcript Online, November 28, 2000

Microsoft Filing Critical of Judge, November 28, 2000

United Airlines Seeks Identities of Web Site's Users, November 28, 2000

Name Row Threatens the Net, November 28, 2000

Senate Panel Presses FBI on Carnivore, November 27, 2000

Yahoo Probed for Sale of "Mein Kampf" in Germany, November 27, 2000

Microsoft Files its 150 Page Appeal Brief with the U.S. Ct. of Appeals (DCCir), November 27, 2000

Bertelsmann Says It's Close to Announcing Further Deals with Napster, November 27, 2000

Many Victims of Hacks Clam Up, November 27, 2000

Signed Code: Security or Censorship?, November 27, 2000

Dot-Coms Fail Customer Service Test, November 27, 2000

Voice Challenges the Screen in Race for Wireless Web, November 27, 2000

Medical Information Popular Online, November 26, 2000

U.S. Supreme Ct. to Hear Bush Case, November 24, 2000

Ask a Librarian, Not Jeeves, November 24, 2000

Pirating of Software Rampant on Campus, November 24, 2000

7 Internet Myths to Ignore, November 24, 2000

Online Ad Companies Hit With Privacy Suits, November 22, 2000 

Critics Slam 'Whitewash' of FBI E-Mail Tracking Tool, November 22, 2000

Bush Petition for Writ of Cert to U.S. Supreme Ct, November 22, 2000 (PDF) (PDF)

US Cts. Ask, Does The Net Make Court Records Too Public? November 22, 2000

Grand Jury Probes eBay Gun Sales, November 22, 2000

If You Use Napster, You are Being Watched, November 22, 2000

NY Names Wish List of Services for Statewide Plan for Electronic Gov't, November 21, 2000

Text of the Decision of the Florida Supreme Court, November 21, 2000

Florida Court Ruling Helps Gore, November 21, 2000

E-Mail Surveillance Tool Said OK, November 21, 2000

Support for Software Law Eroding, November 21, 2000 to Offer Digital Signatures, November 20, 2000

Europe Starts Debate on Patents, November 21, 2000

EarthLink, Time Warner Reach Broadband Deal, November 20, 2000

Decision on Yahoo! Auctions Could Set a Legal Precedent, November 20, 2000

eBay to Test Technology Linking it to Other Sites, November 20, 2000

Who Will Regulate Online Exchanges? November 20, 2000

Intel Ships the Pentium 4, November 20, 2000

Race is On to Develop Better Internet Search Engine, November 19, 2000

New Network Links Libraries Online, November 19, 2000

Internet Names Painstakingly Picked, November 18, 2000

Watching for Internet Privacy Law Signals, November 17, 2000

Ruling a Partial Win for Online Anonymity, November 17, 2000

Web Scanning Tool Sounds Privacy Alarms, November 17, 2000

World Health Org. to Fight for '.health' Suffix, November 17, 2000

Adobe to Address All Sections of E-Book Chain, November 17, 2000

New Study Sheds More Light on FBI's Carnivore, November 16, 2000

Microsoft and Partners Launch Test of Giant Electronic Yellow Pages for Online Businesses, November 16, 2000

New Study Counts 130 Dot-Com Shutdowns this Year, November 16, 2000

ICANN Won't Choose Risky Domains, November 16, 2000

PSINet Considers 'For Sale' Sign, November 16, 2000

Another Lawsuit for, November 16, 2000

AOL, Time Warner Plan ISP Deals, November 15, 2000

Lawmakers: ICANN Should Freeze New Domain-Name Plan, November 15, 2000

Microsoft Takes Legal Action to Thwart Piracy, November 15, 2000 to Restart With Pay Option, November 15, 2000

Public Records Questioned on Web, November 15, 2000 

EU Catches Up to Web Pirates Peddling 'Warez' Online, November 15, 2000 

Degrees Granted Online May Lack Status, November 15, 2000 

House Clears Tax Credit for Exporters: Passage of Bill Repeals Disputed Program, November 15, 2000 (WSJ)

Anti-Spam Laws on the Way, November 14, 2000

Non-English Internet Sparks Concern, November 14, 2000

Random House to Sets Royalty Rate on Electronic Books, November 14, 2000

Meeting on Online Crime Prevention, November 14, 2000 to End File-Swapping Service, November 14, 2000 to Pay $53.4 Million to Universal in Suit, November 14, 2000

Ericsson CEO: Cell Phones to Eclipse PCs for Net Access, November 14, 2000

Netscape to Make Final Version of Browser Available, November 14, 2000 Draws Fire on Secondhand Books, November 14, 2000

New Web Sites Seek to Shape Public's Taste in Music, November 14, 2000

Pioneer Cybercrime Treaty Gets Last Minute Remake, November 13, 2000

Are You Afraid of the Internet? November 13, 2000

Lawyers Find in Favor of Net Ability to Research & File Docs. Online Raises Level of Efficiency, November 13, 2000

British Cybercops to Police E-Crime, November 13, 2000

Alternatives to Dot-Coms Discussed by ICANN, November 12, 2000 (NYT)

Public Agencies Unload Items Online, November 12, 2000 (NYT)

Map Sites on the Web Go Way Beyond Just Getting You There, November 12, 2000 (NYT)

Secret Chat Room Found in CIA Computer System, November 12, 2000

Europe's Patent Jungle Can Prove Costly, November 10, 2000

A Topsy-Turvy Election Week is Reflected on the Internet, November 10, 2000

Best Things on Internet May Not Be Free for Long, November 10, 2000

Judge Breaks Ground with EBay Ruling, November 9, 2000

Schools Need Tighter Grip on Electronic Data About Students, November 9, 2000

Recount Jams Election, News, Candidate Sites, November 9, 2000

Massive Voter Database Up for Sale, November 9, 2000

Democrats Site Mobilizes Florida Re-Vote Call Online, November 9, 2000

Major Language Barrier on Internet About to Fall, November 9, 2000

Japan Passes Info-Tech Law to Create E-Nation, November 9, 2000

EBay Not Liable in Bootleg Video,  November 8, 2000

Internet-Related Stock Fraud Cases Increasing,  November 7, 2000

Internet-Related Stock Fraud Cases Increasing,  November 7, 2000

Microsoft Fined in Private Antitrust Case, November 7, 2000

Ask Jeeves Internet Query Service Expanding to the Telephone, November 7, 2000

Court to Decide on Online Stories, November 6, 2000

Bertelsmann Has Option on Napster Majority, November 6, 2000

DoubleClick Settles Patent Suit in 11th Hour, November 6, 2000

Web Maps Pinpoint Crime Activity, November 6, 2000

NH Court Rules School District Must Release Net Records, November 6, 2000

Gartner Group Study Says All States Should Have Online Voting by 2004, November 6, 2000

Napster and Former Foe Plan Online Songs Sales, November 1, 2000

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