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Newstand - June 2000

By Sabrina I. Pacifici, Published on June 30, 2000

Breaking News

AT&T Explores Online Anonymity, June 30, 2000

Google in Lead As Search Wars Hot Up, June 30, 2000

Feds Hands Caught in Cookie Jar, June 30, 2000

IBM's Got a Big, Bad Computer, June 29, 2000

Banking Cmte. OKs Anti-Gambling Bill, June 28, 2000

Excite@Home, Yahoo! E-mail Disrupted, June 28, 2000

Compromise Filtering Language Added to Appropriations Bill, June 28, 2000

Patent Law Debate Heats Up, June 28, 2000

ICANN's Double Jeopardy, June 27, 2000

Judge Tells 2.5 Million AOL Users They May Sue AOL, June 27, 2000

Google is Yahoo's New Default Search Engine, June 27, 2000

Government to Create Big Web Site, June 26, 2000

Napster Takes the Defensive, June 26, 2000

Yahoo Introduces Customizable Portal for Intranets, June 25, 2000

Microsoft's Newly Announced "Dot-Net" Strategic Vision for the Future, June 23, 2000

Napster in Settlement Talks With Artists, June 23, 2000

IBM Debuts Voice-Enabled Web Products, June 23, 2000

U.S. Appeals Court Rules Against Internet Porn Law, June 22, 2000

U.S. Anti-Drug Site Serving Cookies, June 22, 2000

Microsoft Rings Curtain Up on Next Generation Windows Service, June 21, 2000

Judge Punts Microsoft Case to Supreme Court, June 20, 2000

Wisconsin High Court - Harmful to Minors Law Can't Be Applied to Online Speech, June 20, 2000

BT Owns US Patent for Web Hyperlinks, June 19, 2000

Protecting Intellectual Property on the Web, June 19, 2000

Appeals Court Rules for MS, June 19, 2000

MS Prevails in Consumer Lawsuit, June, 19, 2000

Lycos to Hand Off Net-Search Business, June, 19, 2000

All The News That's Fit to Code, June, 19, 2000

One Aspect of Messages on the Internet to be Delayed, June 19, 2000

Excite Rolls Out Search Update, June, 17, 2000

Napster Hires Big Legal Gun, June, 17, 2000

I Virtually Love You, June 17, 2000

Portals Call on Developers to Add Voice, June 16, 2000

Microsoft Confronted by Crucial Legal Test, June 16, 2000

Internet Identity Theft: Watch Out!, June 16, 2000

Electronic FOIA Info Progress Slow at Gov't Sites, June 14, 2000

House Committee Passes Anti-Spam  Bill, June 14, 2000

AEA Lauds U.S. House Passage of 'Far Reaching' E-Signatures Bill, June 14, 2000

Microsoft Scores Victory in Oregon Pricing Lawsuit, June 14, 2000

Belly-Up APBNews.com Wins Nat'l Press Award, June 14, 2000

Court to Hear Microsoft Appeal, June 13, 2000

Court Asked to Shut Down Napster, June 13, 2000

Freelancers Sue Boston Globe Over Internet Accord, June 13, 2000

New Technologies Making Searches More Thorough, June 13, 2000

House to Vote on Digital Signature Bill Today, June 13, 2000

TV News Losing Out to Internet, June 11, 2000

Hackers Plant Attack File in Home Computers, June 9, 2000

Disney Says Go to Search Engine, June 9, 2000

Senator Seeks to Segregate Internet Smut, June 9 , 2000

MP3.com, Warner Music Settle, June 9, 2000

EU Proposes Web Tax, June 8 , 2000

Microsoft Must Divide into two Companies, June 8 , 2000

Online Privacy Crisis Yet to Come, June 8, 2000

Xerox Patent Suit Against 3Com Dismissed, June 8, 2000

U.S. v. Microsoft, C.A. 98-1232, June 7, 2000

E-Signatures Bill Faces More Tinkering, June 7, 2000

Napster Rival Offers Copyright Protection, June 7, 2000

Domain Name Heist Hits Internet.com and Others, June 7, 2000

Fast-Paced Internet May Need Shorter Patent Life, June 6, 2000

Lycos Surges to No. 3 Among Search Engines, June 6, 2000

Search the Web--And Users' PCs, June 6, 2000

Thomson Corporation to Acquire Primark, June 5, 2000

High-Tech Groups Gloat Over Digital Economy Report, June 5, 2000

DOJ Rejects Most Microsoft Changes, June 5, 2000

Gore's New Invention: E-Government, June 5, 2000

Supreme Court to Review FCC Subsidies for Internet Connections for Schools and Libraries, June 5, 2000

Bill to Protect Databases Creates Strange Bedfellows, June 5, 2000

New Technology to Bring Wider Searches on the Net June 4, 2000

AOL Takeover of Time Warner Faces Extended EU Antitrust Review, June 4, 2000

AltaVista to Split into Two Companies, June 4, 2000

Yahoo! Everywhere Still Has to Find Its Way, June 2, 2000

Internet Retailers May See Profit Drop with New Rule, June 2, 2000

Barnesandnoble.com Exposes Customer's Info, June 1, 2000

Study: Heavy Net Users Mostly Search, June 1, 2000

E-Books Will Challenge Paper, June 1, 2000

Judge Jackson Gives More Time, June 1, 2000

Internet Company Sues CBS, June 1, 2000

IBM Picks an E-Gov Portal Partner, June 1, 2000

Other Sources for Breaking News

General

C|Net News.com

Jesse Berst's AnchorDesk

NewsPage

The New York Times - CyberTimes

Netsearcher.com from Mecklermedia.

PC World Today

Technology News from Wired News

Yahoo! - Technology Summary

ZDNet Internet

Law-Related

Bytes in Brief

Burgess Allison's Technology Update

Genie Tyburski's TVC Alert

Library-Related

CRIVAlerts and CRIVGrams from the American Association of Law Libraries Committee on Relations with Information Vendors.

Library Web Manager's Reference Center Current Awareness

Legal Publishers' List - tracks mergers in the legal publishing field, and periodically posts related news items.

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