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State rules: All government emails - even inappropriate, personal emails - are public property.
As schools and libraries are gearing up to apply for discounts through the federal eRate program, officials hired by the FCC are trying to streamline the complex funding process.
Schools and libraries can begin applying for eRate grants starting Nov. 14. Deadline is Feb. 7. After some rocky years, officials promise a streamlined and cleaned-up program.
In Project Strikeback, Dept. of Education shares student loan data with the FBI in hunt for terrorists.
Over objections from the Bush administration, a divided House committee approves bill allowing people doing journalism for "financial gain" to keep sources confidential.
A temporary extension of the Internet access tax restrictions seems likely, but what about the idea of making the tax ban permanent?
Damage to noncritical computer is "intentional," agency says. Separately, NASA says no comment on report astronauts flew while intoxicated.
Opponents of new identification card requirements say move further signals contentious Bush administration-backed plan is "dead in the water."
Democrat behind a bill to ban paperless touch-screen machines says she doesn't expect new rules to take effect until at least 2010.