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March 2001 Archives

US company defeats Brit RIP Act - The Register

'Anonymous Web-surfing outfit SafeWeb has just expanded its secure server facilities in New York so that Europeans can enjoy faster access to private, and virtually anonymous, Web browsing and e-mail.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:30 PM Fri 30 Mar 2001 Categories: RIP Interception (Part I Chapter 1) , Surveillance & Security , Technical countermeasures , The Register
Thriving communications pose new legal implications - Financial Times


Thriving communications pose new legal implications

Posted by SteveC at 01:47 PM Fri 30 Mar 2001 Categories: Financial Times
IMRG opinion - Spam - E-mail's foot-and-mouth - Financial Times


IMRG opinion - Spam - E-mail's foot-and-mouth

Posted by SteveC at 01:48 PM Thu 29 Mar 2001 Categories: Financial Times
Cybercop slams EU law - VNUNET

'Britain's leading cybercop has slammed European Union data processing legislation which he says makes it impossible for police to smash online crime rings.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:27 PM Mon 12 Mar 2001 Categories: Cybercrime , Surveillance & Security , VNUNET
Cybercrimes treaty edges closer - VNUNET

'The completion of the controversial Council of Europe cybercrimes treaty edged a step closer this week, when it was discussed by committee members of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly in public for the first time.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:24 PM Wed 7 Mar 2001 Categories: Cybercrime , Surveillance & Security , VNUNET
In sight of the law - The Guardian

'The police and local authorities are using technology to keep a close watch on our every move. SA Mathieson looks behind the scenes' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:22 PM Thu 1 Mar 2001 Categories: Privacy , Surveillance & Security , The Guardian