Newstand - December 2000

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Creator Fights to Keep Web Simple, December 31, 2000

Napster Goes to Court over Cat Trademark,  December 31, 2000

Congress Could See Early Rural Internet Bill, December 30, 2000

Virginia Introduces Internet Filing for Business Taxes, December 29, 2000

New Congress Could Tackle Important Internet Issues, December 29, 2000

Domains Don't Net as Many Buyers,  December 29, 2000

E-Book Publishers Face Privacy Panic,  December 28, 2000

Privacy Hits the Fan in New Hampshire,  December 28, 2000

Guilty Plea in Emulex Fraud Case, December 28, 2000

Free Links, Only $50 Apiece,  December 28, 2000

The Net's Future is Still Bright,  December 28, 2000

Tech Group Takes on Net Music Piracy,  December 28, 2000

Prisoner Databases on Web Raise Privacy Concerns,  December 28, 2000

NetZero Files Lawsuit Against Juno,  December 28, 2000

The Future of Internet Privacy,  December 27, 2000

New Technology Standards for School Administrators,  December 27, 2000

List of States With Online Inmate Databases,  December 27, 2000

Dot-Com Woes Top News in 2000,  December 27, 2000

Palm Launches MyPalm Portal,  December 26, 2000

Successful Web Celebrates 10th Anniversary,  December 26, 2000

Enforcing Software Compliance,  December 26, 2000

Napster Updates Software as Court Case Looms, December 26, 2000

Lost in Cyberspace? Try a 'Bot', December 26, 2000

Netnames' New Top Level Domains in InfoSpace, December 26, 2000

Bringing Competition Policy into the Age of the Internet, December 25, 2000

Non Profits Find Tax Traps Among Internet Perils, December 25, 2000

Bush Expected to Name Czar for Tech Policy, December 25, 2000

The Precarious Life of Online News, December 24, 2000

Law.com Closes UK Web Site, Fires 11, December 24, 2000

Device Could Lead to Hack-Proof Data,  December 24, 2000

AltaVista to Sell Raging Bull,  December 23, 2000

Hyperlinking Patent Suit Could Turn on 'Prior Art',  December 22, 2000

Privacy Heats Up But Doesn't Boil Over,  December 22, 2000

Flames Fly Over '.biz' Addresses,  December 22, 2000

Planetgov.com Cuts 45, December 22, 2000

Yahoo Asks U.S. Court to Rule French Court Out of Bounds, December 21, 2000

IBM Unveils Web Site Analytics Services, December 20, 2000

Net Music: The Courts Played On!, December 21, 2000

Medical Privacy Rules Will Inform Internet Debate, December 20, 2000

Tough Tech Topics to Test Congress, December 20, 2000

Congressional Commission Sets Out Plan for Improving Use of Technology in Schools, December 19, 2000

EMusic.com, Partners File Against MP3.com December 19, 2000

Wolters Kluwer Buys LoisLois for $95 Million, December 19, 2000

Microsoft Unveils Whistler Embedded Data, December 18, 2000

New Software Blocks Online Filtering Programs, December 18, 2000

ACLU Blasts Library Filtering Legislation, December 18, 2000

As Dot-Coms Die, U.S. Internet Use Keeps Growing December 18, 2000

Billing Web Porn as Foreign Call Barred, December 18, 2000

States Seek Sales Tax Overhaul Aimed at Internet, December 16, 2000

Microsoft Unleashes Piracy Policy, December 15, 2000

German Hate Law: No Denying It, December 15, 2000

Vote Systems: Top Tech Schools Vow to Improve System, December 15, 2000

Gore E-Truth: It's Not Too Late, December 15, 2000

British Telecom Sues Prodigy Over U.S. Hyperlink Patent, December 15, 2000

Positive Carnivore Review Draws Immediate Fire, December 14, 2000

Featurewell.com Fights for Rights of Freelance Writers Online, December 14, 2000

Airlines Surf Net for Evidence of Job Action Plans, December 14, 2000

Hospital Confirms Copying of Patient Files by Hacker, December 14, 2000

NY Times Wins Right to Domain Name, December 14, 2000

Lawyers Ordered to Testify in White House E-Mail Case, December 14, 2000

Scientists Says Security Flaw Built-Into Browsers, December 14, 2000

AOL, Time Warner FTC Sign Pact, December 14, 2000

Cybercrime Treaty Still Doesn't Cut It, December 13, 2000

A Good Year for tne Bad Guys, December 13, 2000

Authors Seek Control of Their Names, December 13, 2000

FTC, Court Order Internet 'ID Mill' Shut Down, December 12, 2000

Raging Against the Napster Ban, December 12, 2000

'Ask Jeeves 'Lays off 25% of its Workers, December 12, 2000

Google Tracker Raises Privacy Concerns, December 11, 2000

State's Attorney's Office Sues 2 Internet Firms Over Cookie Practices, December 11, 2000

Profile of a Cyberlaw Scholar, December 11, 2000

Court Hands Register.com Win Against Verio, December 11, 2000

Verizon Clears Backlog of 'Spam,' December 10, 2000

Florida Newsmax.com Knows its Audience, December 8, 2000

Privacy a Likely Loser in Cybercrime Treaty, December 7, 2000

Napster Hires Chief Council to Senate Judiciary for Copyright Fight, December 7, 2000

Personal Fire Walls Fail the Leak Test, December 7, 2000

SafeNet 2000: Privacy Will Not Go Away, December 7, 2000

Med Sites Needs Dose of Privacy, December 7, 2000

Opera Web Browser Goes Free, December 7, 2000

Internet Law Library Secures $25Mil New Financing, December 7, 2000

Bush Officials Would Avoid Regulating Internet, December 6, 2000

Consortium Offers Unfiltered Advice on Filtering Software, December 6, 2000

Real Online Privacy Fears, December 6, 2000

A Battle for the Heart and Soul of ICANN, December 6, 2000

Yahoo! Case Show Internet is a Legal Minefield, December 5, 2000

Networks Vie for Airplane Internet Access, December 5, 2000

Keystroke Surveillance by FBI Could Face Challenge in Court, December 5, 2000

Amazon Web Site Down for Third Time in Two Weeks, December 5, 2000

States Mull E-Tax Reforms, December 5, 2000

Internet Firms Act to Ease Sharing of Personal Data, December 5, 2000

Privacy Groups Call for Investigation of Amazon, December 5, 2000

Supreme Court Decision in Bush v. Palm Beach County, December 4, 2000

U.S. Embraces European Cybercrime Proposal, December 4, 2000

Row Over Mandate for Chinese Domain Names Deepens, December 4, 2000

Row Over Mandate for Chinese Domain Names Deepens, December 4, 2000

Internet Arrives as Mainstream Election News Resource, December 3, 2000

British Police Want to Spy on Phone Calls, E-Mail, December 3, 2000

FindLaw Provides Audio Version of Supreme Court Oral Arguments in the Presidential Election Dispute, December 1, 2000

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