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A draft review of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's "Carnivore" Internet surveillance system expresses confidence overall in the government's continued use of the eavesdropping software.But it also urges changes in the way agents adjust the program's intricate settings for fear that simple errors could allow the FBI to mistakenly capture e-mail, Web browsing or other data from innocent citizens.
SAN FRANCISCO -- For Asian countries aiming to leap into the high-tech world, money is no longer the problem. The government is.
California Republican Rep. Stephen Horn gave the government an overall ``B-Plus'' rating for dealing with Year 2000 computer problems but listed air traffic control and services for the poor as continued concerns.
TOKYO -- Yahoo! Japan Corp., Japan's most popular Web site, said Monday that police raided its Tokyo office to investigate the possible sale of illegal pornographic material on its auction site.
A group of 43 firms including Microsoft Corp. (msft) and CMGI Inc.
The full text of Microsoft's filing, Civil Action No. 98-1232 (TPJ) and Civil Action No. 98-1233 (TPJ).
A chip-equipment rally and good economic news helped technology stocks forget Cisco Systems-inspired woes at midday Thursday. The Nasdaq rose 1.
An Internet company that sought to Webcast the execution of convicted Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh said Tuesday it has decided not to appeal a federal court decision barring such a broadcast. After a federal judge rejected Entertainment Network's request to transmit the execution over the Web, the Tampa, Fla.
Wall Street seemed to pause during morning trading Friday as investors waited for employment data from the government and then took their time to ponder it. At midday, after dipping sharply, the Nasdaq was down 6.