The ITAR is unconstitutional. A new structure for top-level domain names is proposed. Hot news from elsewhere in the solar system. Opposition builds to the Administration's key-recovery implementation plan. The largest spam in history, so far. How to track commercial flights in the air in real-time. The nascent privacy market begins to consolidate. Hewlett Packard's International Cryptography Framework. Hitting spammers from the supply side. News from the Internet Law Symposium. How to bring down nearly anything on the Net. Online commerce and the Cosmo girl. Are we nearing the end of the era of flat-rate pricing on the Internet? Special for Halloween: everything you could want to know about Web crawlers. How the Internet follows in the trackbeds of earlier information revolutions. Netscape's losing the browser war, pushing intranet solutions. Intermind's new paradigm for delivering Web content. Hope for relief from SYN-flooding attacks. Marimba takes the wraps off of Castinet. Anti-spammers win one in court.
A new kind of Internet denial-of-service attack is spreading. NTT moves forward with the powerful encryption technology it licensed to RSA. AOL shuts off email spam but is compelled to restore it. A look at religion on the Net. Competition is coming to domain-name granting services. The Princeton group reports finding a serious flaw in Explorer 3.0 running under Windows 95. The Department of Justice home-page hack. Netscape shakes up the search-engine market with its unannounced browser search function, then backs down; Microsoft plays too. John Gilmore's equal opportunistic encryption. Can you or can't you use NT Workstation as a server? The Seven Cryptographers answer a shadowy opponent. The latest on the swath the Freeny patent is cutting through the world of Internet software. Marimba, the new company founded by the Java pioneers who defected from JavaSoft early this year.
A way to surf the Web anonymously . What the Cypherpunks think of the White House's Grandson of Clipper proposal. The World Wide Web Consortium tries to arrest proprietary drift with the HTML 3.2 spec. How to become an international arms trafficker in one click. What happens at the collision point of trademarks and domain names . An innovative tool that lets you block Web advertising from your screen. A discussion of privacy rights and Web pages offering free services. Controversy over a security expert's proposed zero-tolerance policy for hair-trigger response to possible breakin attempts. A bid to mandate CDA compliance that endangers the underlying architecture that has spurred Net growth. Case studies of the binding effect of both software patents and copyrights on the free flow of information.
A spotlight on IBM's Aqui site and its organized copyright violation. The recently enacted Telecommunications Reform Act, its indecency provisions, and their impact on the Net community. Moves to censor Usenet and suppress hate speech in Germany and elsewhere. The end of Phillip Zimmermann's legal ordeal regarding PGP.