Networking And Storage

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    • Broadband Users Can't Sue Comcast for Alleged Privacy Violations

      Users of Comcast's high-speed Internet service cannot sue the company for allegedly violating a law that protects the privacy of cable television customers, a federal appeals court has ruled.

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    • Judge Dismisses Would-be Governor's Suit Against Ask.com and Yahoo!

      A perennial New York political candidate recently lost a lawsuit brought against two websites alleging that they interfered with his "Master Election Plan." William Murawski claimed that Ask.com and Yahoo! had defamed him and violated his right to free speech through their actions, but a judge for the District Court for the Southern District of New York thought otherwise.

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    • Are The Online Kids Alright?

      Some people believe that teenagers are reckless in protecting their private information on the Internet. Others are of the belief that teens are Net-savvy and are at least as smart as adults when it comes to safeguarding themselves in Cyberspace. So, what is the truth?

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    • IRS Not Adequately Protecting Sensitive Data

      First, the IRS takes your money, and now it seems that the IRS may not be adequately protecting your private information, according to a recent report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. Curious? You should be.

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    • Court Rules CDA Unconstitutional

      Congress and Clinton easily passed the Communications Decency Act (CDA) in February 1996 and championed it as the cure-all for concerns about children's access to adult online materials. However, a three-judge panel recently published a nearly two hundred page tome to smite the challenged clauses of the CDA.

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