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New Philipine hacker law insufficient

Author: JT Smith IDG News Service reports, the Philippines' recently passed E-Commerce Act of 2000 is not specific enough to punish future computer hackers like the creator of the disastrous "ILOVEYOU" computer virus, the country's chief prosecutor said Wednesday.
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US losing grip on IT industry

Author: JT Smith Europe is leading the way when it comes to cutting-edge technology, with the US playing catch-up, according to analysts IDC, reports The Register. Category: Linux
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IBM hedges its bets with Unix for Intel

Author: JT Smith ZDNet UK reports, IBM's AIX 5L (the 'L' stands for Linux) is to ship in October - just in case Intel's IA-64 takes off. Category: Linux
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AbriaSoft releases Abria SQL Standard

Author: JT Smith AbriaSoft is the first company to integrate MySQL, which was released under a General Public License (GPL) a few weeks ago into its own specialized distribution, according to the Internet Wire.
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For the x86 platform, there is another valid option

Author: JT Smith This osOpinion article addresses, everything you wanted to know about BeOS but were afraid to ask. Category: Open Source
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Oasis optimizes leading ePayment technology for Linux

Author: JT Smith PRNewswire reports, Oasis Technology, a leading provider of mobile commerce, Internet and real-world ePayment software, today announced that it will now offer its leading ePayment technology on the Linux operating system.
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New Web site tracks computer viruses

Author: JT Smith Designated "Hoaxbusters" and located at hoaxbusters.ciac.org, the site is intended to explain, identify and offer work arounds for both lay computer users and experienced engineers, reports EE Times.
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Open Source comes to the classroom

Author: JT Smith By Tina Gasperson News Editor In 1997, David Moore, a sophomore at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Md., got together with then senior Ben Krefting and developed an interactive Web site for the school, called CAPOnline. Most schools today have Web sites, but this one...
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SuSE security announcement for netscape

Author: JT Smith Linux Weekly News reports, two security problems exist in the netscape package as shipped with SuSE Linux distributions. Category: Linux
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Sprint lauches wireless Web effort for businesses

Author: JT Smith IDG News reports, Sprint on Wednesday introduced Sprint PCS Wireless Web for Business that offers access to applications, corporate e-mail, intranets and corporate directories.
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