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Declan McCullagh

FC: How appeals court judges are connected, by Ian Hopper Declan McCullagh (Feb 28)
FC: IETF Internet Draft: Why .xxx domain is a very bad idea Declan McCullagh (Feb 28)
FC: A mini-debate on U.S. medical privacy rules and effectiveness Declan McCullagh (Feb 28)
FC: Motorola scheme uses GPS to disable grey-market imports Declan McCullagh (Feb 28)
FC: How Judge Jackson killed optimism, stifled the new economy Declan McCullagh (Feb 28)
FC: T.P. Jackson: Preternaturally biased or just one dumb judge? Declan McCullagh (Feb 28)
FC: Day 1 of 2 in Microsoft hearing: DOJ pressed hard, so is MS Declan McCullagh (Feb 27)
FC: How to mass-market a Windows cracking tool Declan McCullagh (Feb 27)
FC: ACLU, EFF take court action to protect anonymous online speech Declan McCullagh (Feb 26)
FC: U.S. medical privacy regulations may be postponed indefinitely Declan McCullagh (Feb 25)
FC: DeCSS haiku and more Motion Picture Association threats Declan McCullagh (Feb 24)
FC: The good guys win: High school pays student after censoring him Declan McCullagh (Feb 24)
FC: Will U.S. anti-spam laws work when spam now comes from overseas? Declan McCullagh (Feb 24)
FC: Accused spy Robert Hanssen also posts to USENET Declan McCullagh (Feb 23)
FC: Accused spy Robert Hanssen is also a geek, says FBI Declan McCullagh (Feb 23)
FC: Justice Department intervenes in DeCSS suit to back Hollywood Declan McCullagh (Feb 23)
FC: More on anti-piracy going too far -- or not -- and Italy's law Declan McCullagh (Feb 22)
FC: Scotland Yard, FBI fret about rotten.com's "dead baby" photos Declan McCullagh (Feb 22)
FC: AOL-TW tries to grab 15-year old girl's Harry Potter fan site Declan McCullagh (Feb 22)
FC: Federal judge denies order against Realtime Blackhole List Declan McCullagh (Feb 22)
FC: Medical privacy HIPAA regulations delayed, from CQ Declan McCullagh (Feb 21)
FC: Where anti-piracy goes too far: A disturbing law in Italy Declan McCullagh (Feb 21)
FC: Napster offers music industry $1 billion payoff, with strings Declan McCullagh (Feb 21)
FC: Boston Globe warns of online knife sales, provides links Declan McCullagh (Feb 21)
FC: The witches of the web made her do it... (and a correction) Declan McCullagh (Feb 20)
FC: Phil Zimmermann leaves NSI, says PGP source should be published Declan McCullagh (Feb 20)
FC: NSA, Pentagon, police fund research into steganography detection Declan McCullagh (Feb 20)
FC: U.N. hopes to shut down accused Rwandan journalist's web site Declan McCullagh (Feb 19)
FC: Here's what happens to email and web pages after someone dies Declan McCullagh (Feb 18)
FC: Internet trade association responds to anti-Usenet porn post Declan McCullagh (Feb 18)
FC: Anti-porn group's take on ISP Usenet prosecution in New York Declan McCullagh (Feb 17)
FC: Disposal fees for unsolicited ads on new computers, by Steve Mann Declan McCullagh (Feb 17)
FC: DC circuit court rules copyright extension act is constitutional Declan McCullagh (Feb 16)
FC: Was Microsoft's "Freedom to Innovate" idea a marketing tactic? Declan McCullagh (Feb 16)
FC: What Canada doesn't want you to see: Info on banned site Declan McCullagh (Feb 16)
FC: What happens to someone's email and web pages when they die? Declan McCullagh (Feb 16)
FC: Belgian police raid online music traders; MS on open-source Declan McCullagh (Feb 16)
FC: When life hands you a lemon -- firms respond to Consumer Reports Declan McCullagh (Feb 15)
FC: More on child "privacy" and Altavista not shutting down sites Declan McCullagh (Feb 15)
FC: Filtering advocate responds to Consumer Reports article Declan McCullagh (Feb 15)
FC: Consumer Reports gives thumbs-down to smut-blocking software Declan McCullagh (Feb 15)
FC: Child "privacy" law claims another victim: Altavista yanks sites Declan McCullagh (Feb 14)
FC: Nightline on morphed child porn; Frontline on hacker-terror Declan McCullagh (Feb 14)
FC: Canada bans news of bail hearing, but it appears online anyway Declan McCullagh (Feb 14)
FC: More on Pacifica trying to grab WBAI.net -- and others Declan McCullagh (Feb 14)
FC: Pacifica tries to grab WBAI.net using ICANN dispute process Declan McCullagh (Feb 14)
FC: IRS should not control what nonprofits do online --comments Declan McCullagh (Feb 14)
FC: Capitol Hill won't help Napster; Napster faces whopping fine Declan McCullagh (Feb 13)
FC: Utah's porn czarina's first priority: Internet smut Declan McCullagh (Feb 13)
FC: Nat'l Consumer Coalition opposes privacy pledge; others endorse it Declan McCullagh (Feb 12)
FC: Napster decision now online Declan McCullagh (Feb 12)
FC: Michigan moves to make anonymous ISPs illegal Declan McCullagh (Feb 12)
FC: New book implicates IBM in Nazi extermination of Jews Declan McCullagh (Feb 11)
FC: How Amazon responded to unionization, by Jonathan Cohn Declan McCullagh (Feb 11)
FC: U.K. tries to ban news article about abuses in Ireland Declan McCullagh (Feb 10)
FC: Ninth Circuit will rule in Napster case by 1 pm ET Monday Declan McCullagh (Feb 10)
FC: FBI investigates bonsaikitten.com, sends subpoena to MIT Declan McCullagh (Feb 10)
FC: Herb Simon, Nobel laureate and AI pioneer, dies at 84 Declan McCullagh (Feb 10)
FC: Egghead responds to politech post about eggheadsucks.com Declan McCullagh (Feb 10)
FC: Egghead critic wins court fight to keep eggheadsucks.com Declan McCullagh (Feb 09)
FC: Pentagon warns Fidel Castro could launch cyberattack against U.S. Declan McCullagh (Feb 09)
FC: New book tells U.S. vs. Microsoft story from free-market view Declan McCullagh (Feb 08)
FC: Terrorists taking up cyberspace, from LA Times Declan McCullagh (Feb 08)
FC: California court upholds prison e-mail ban -- even for printouts Declan McCullagh (Feb 08)
FC: Libraries sue to overturn Vermont's harmful to minors Net-law Declan McCullagh (Feb 08)
FC: More on how FCC and Congress will regulate new vs. old media Declan McCullagh (Feb 08)
FC: TV-Internet broadcasters self-censoring because of FCC regs Declan McCullagh (Feb 08)
FC: Message From Rep. Anna G. Eshoo: SHUT UP AND LISTEN! Declan McCullagh (Feb 07)
FC: Washington DC hopes to be a new tech center, yeah right Declan McCullagh (Feb 06)
FC: Feds complain about Osama bin Laden using crypto, stego Declan McCullagh (Feb 06)
FC: A sysadmin's view on HTML-Javascript email problems Declan McCullagh (Feb 06)
FC: What the biometrics industry says about privacy, surveillance Declan McCullagh (Feb 06)
FC: Voter.com becomes Voter.gone, closing down immediately Declan McCullagh (Feb 06)
FC: If you forward HTML email, it could be eavesdropped Declan McCullagh (Feb 05)
FC: Anti-globalization hackers breach Davos forum's computers Declan McCullagh (Feb 05)
FC: U.S. war on drugs targets technology, by Lewis Koch Declan McCullagh (Feb 05)
FC: Proposed sentencing guidelines make Ecstasy same as heroin Declan McCullagh (Feb 05)
FC: NYT, LATimes editorials slam Super Bowl face-scan technology Declan McCullagh (Feb 05)
FC: Ohio police department nominated for Big Brother award Declan McCullagh (Feb 05)
FC: More on privacy-federalism and Kobayashi-Ribstein paper Declan McCullagh (Feb 02)
FC: Are free ISPs free? Juno says users must donate processor time Declan McCullagh (Feb 02)
FC: Chinese police order Net-cafés to install monitoring software Declan McCullagh (Feb 02)
FC: Did Super Bowl cameras used by police violate the law? Declan McCullagh (Feb 01)
FC: Response to "Digital Divide" effort, by T.Lipscomb Declan McCullagh (Feb 01)
FC: Cameras at Super Bowl scanned faces looking for criminals Declan McCullagh (Feb 01)
FC: Another Digital Divide effort: Launch of The Public Voice Declan McCullagh (Feb 01)
FC: Foes of privacy bills in Congress try new approach: Federalism Declan McCullagh (Feb 01)
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