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Thursday, 29 March

FC: FCC's Tristani complains about yet another "indecent" broadcast Declan McCullagh
FC: House Democrats ask SEC to investigate financial spam Declan McCullagh
FC: More on Bob Goodlatte, spam, and censorhappy legislators Declan McCullagh
FC: Ninth Circuit rules "Nuremberg Files" protected by 1st Amend. Declan McCullagh
FC: UK proposal fails to make RIP act (even more) Draconian Declan McCullagh
FC: HIPAA online survey says privacy rule should remain as-is Declan McCullagh

Tuesday, 27 March

FC: Medical privacy articles in Roll Call by Greenwood & McDermott Declan McCullagh
FC: Australian government wants to ban Net-gambling Declan McCullagh
FC: Stories.com user agreement says ads *must* be viewed Declan McCullagh
FC: Will the Napster judge appoint a technical adviser? Declan McCullagh
FC: Carnivore goes global: Korean police Net-taps jump 24 percent Declan McCullagh

Monday, 26 March

FC: More on TiVo and privacy concerns, by Dana Hawkins Declan McCullagh
FC: Net-sex NRC panel asks for testimony, will hold regional mtgs Declan McCullagh
FC: Danish IT minister releases GSM security report, claims A5/1 OK Declan McCullagh
FC: TiVo accused of privacy violations; more on "SpyTV" debate Declan McCullagh

Saturday, 24 March

FC: Rep. Bob Goodlatte wants to make this email message illegal Declan McCullagh

Friday, 23 March

FC: Rep. Ron Paul on medical privacy regs (he doesn't like 'em) Declan McCullagh
FC: Verisign screws up: Hands two certs to "Microsoft" imposter Declan McCullagh
FC: Int'l Trademark Association *also* restricts links to its site Declan McCullagh
FC: National Ass'n of Manufacturers replies to Patent Office post Declan McCullagh

Thursday, 22 March

FC: Hong Kong proposes mandatory disclosure of encryption keys Declan McCullagh
FC: Response to SpyTV, interactive television, and free software Declan McCullagh
FC: U.S. Geological Survey responds to caribou map worker firing Declan McCullagh
FC: Library filtering not about free speech -- a libertarian view Declan McCullagh
FC: Correction: Freedom Forum event in NYC is actually on 3/22 Declan McCullagh
FC: Has Bush sold out to business? From The Hill newspaper Declan McCullagh

Wednesday, 21 March

FC: Has the U.S. Patent Office really reformed? Declan McCullagh
FC: PGP bug allows an attack to forge your digital signature Declan McCullagh
FC: Freedom Forum event 3/21 in NYC on 1st Amendment and the Net Declan McCullagh
FC: Conservatives rally on Capitol Hill to defend filtering Declan McCullagh

Tuesday, 20 March

FC: Georgetown law "Movester" discussion TONIGHT 8 pm; filtering Declan McCullagh
FC: Librarians challenge Net-filtering law; conservative press conf Declan McCullagh
FC: CMU computer scientist becomes a thorn in the MPAA's side Declan McCullagh
FC: N.Y. cops arrest busboy on charges of Net-fraud, from NYPost Declan McCullagh
FC: Microsoft wants to be Big Brother... and wants you to pay Declan McCullagh

Monday, 19 March

FC: SpyTV, interactive television, and lessons about free software Declan McCullagh
FC: Germany weighs mandatory DNS testing for all men Declan McCullagh
FC: Federal worker fired over Web map of Arctic caribou Declan McCullagh
FC: No sex, please, we're Australian -- the saga continues... Declan McCullagh

Friday, 16 March

FC: Slashdot responds to post about Scientologists and DMCA Declan McCullagh
FC: Slashdot bows to DMCA pressure from Church of Scientology Declan McCullagh
FC: BBB responds to politech subscriber on "copyright" linking claim Declan McCullagh
FC: INS says laid-off H1B visa holders don't have to exit the U.S. Declan McCullagh

Thursday, 15 March

FC: IRS network vulnerable to malicious hackers, GAO says Declan McCullagh
FC: Should the Feds regulate online privacy? Debate in DC 3/20 Declan McCullagh
FC: Calif. bill makes it a crime NOT to implant pets with chips Declan McCullagh
FC: Why does Silicon Valley vote against itself? by J.Glassman Declan McCullagh
FC: Zero Knowledge lays off 1/4 employees, gets $22 million Declan McCullagh
FC: Napster was only the beginning -- a rant from textz.com Declan McCullagh

Wednesday, 14 March

FC: Pacific Research Instititue: Net-taxes cost thousands of jobs Declan McCullagh
FC: Better Business Bureau tries to ban links to its website Declan McCullagh
FC: Anonymous services on the upswing, sparked by credit concerns Declan McCullagh

Tuesday, 13 March

FC: Industry studies attack U.S. data collection regulations Declan McCullagh
FC: Feds arrest "family friendly" ISP execs on $4M fraud charges Declan McCullagh
FC: Eurolinux letter to European Commission against software patents Declan McCullagh

Sunday, 11 March

FC: Response to Microsoft database review, Cringely, and N.World Declan McCullagh

Saturday, 10 March

FC: What's the outlook for privacy laws in this Congress? Declan McCullagh
FC: What's the outlook for privacy laws in this Congress? Declan McCullagh
FC: AP article on subpoena; roundup of journalist shield laws Declan McCullagh
FC: Scientology wins copyright victory in Swedish court ruling Declan McCullagh
FC: SF Bay Area cypherpunks meeting today, Saturday, March 10 Declan McCullagh

Friday, 09 March

FC: DOJ says Ashcroft approved my subpoena, Feds won't back down Declan McCullagh

Thursday, 08 March

FC: The U.S. Department of Justice has served me with a subpoena Declan McCullagh
FC: Author Harlan Ellison waxes wroth over Net-piracy, asks for cash Declan McCullagh
FC: More on IT scooter, not hydrogen powered, and IT lobbying Declan McCullagh
FC: Verisign/NSI now behind Tucows in new com/net/org signups Declan McCullagh
FC: The final word on Australian email forwarding restrictions? Declan McCullagh
FC: Microsoft invokes contract to block database review; responses Declan McCullagh

Wednesday, 07 March

FC: MIT programmers create 7-line Perl app that decrypts DVDs Declan McCullagh
FC: IT inventor responds to media coverage, by Mark Boal Declan McCullagh
FC: CFP report #2: A slow start, plague of problems Declan McCullagh

Tuesday, 06 March

FC: More on ICANN, .org domains, and evicting non-"nonprofits" Declan McCullagh
FC: Alternate roots get a boost: New.net tries more domains Declan McCullagh
FC: CFP report #1 from Cambridge, Mass Declan McCullagh

Monday, 05 March

FC: Rep. Armey asks HHS to block Clinton-era medical privacy regs Declan McCullagh
FC: Australian government statement on email-forwarding flap Declan McCullagh
FC: ICANN responds to politech message about evicting .org owners Declan McCullagh
FC: Why are ICANN-crats talking about evicting .org owners? Declan McCullagh
FC: Forwarding email without permission now illegal in Australia Declan McCullagh
FC: Broadband, privacy events this month: Cato Institute, EFF, NYNMA Declan McCullagh

Sunday, 04 March

FC: Wireless tech and tracking raises privacy concerns, from NYT Declan McCullagh

Saturday, 03 March

FC: Microsoft antitrust appeal and other photos Declan McCullagh
FC: X-Files spinoff features The Lone Gunmen and lowbrow humor Declan McCullagh

Friday, 02 March

FC: Prudish FCC commissioner insists "piss" should be punished Declan McCullagh
FC: Pornography, privacy, and digital self-help Declan McCullagh
FC: U.N. tribunal asks U.S. to close web sites about trial Declan McCullagh
FC: Congress may not pass a Net-privacy law this year after all Declan McCullagh
FC: Peter Swire responds to Jamie Love on medical privacy Declan McCullagh
FC: NSA is looking for a few good geeks... Declan McCullagh
FC: Excerpts available from new book "Digital Copyright" Declan McCullagh

Thursday, 01 March

FC: Verisign will surrender control of .org and .net, by Ted Bridis Declan McCullagh
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