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Starting: Thu Jan 02 2003 - 18:40:25 PST
Ending: Fri Jan 31 2003 - 16:47:52 PST
- "The U.S. has gone mad!"
- FC: .Mil Hacker Alert! May Be Armed, Dangerous, and Tentacled!
- FC: A criticism of John Gilmore's suit over secret FAA rules
- FC: ACLU surveillance report: "Bigger Monster, Weaker Chains"
- FC: Act Three of Poindexter's Incredibly Shrinking Site: Still More!
- FC: ACT's Jonathan Zuck: What's wrong with U.S. backing closed source?
- FC: ADL warns Feds that terrorists use e-gold to transfer $$$
- FC: AP's Ted Bridis: Dick Clarke to resign as WH cybersecurity adviser
- FC: Archive of Total Information Awareness site, before purges
- FC: Bars in Sacramento begin swiping, recording driver's licenses
- FC: Bill Purdy owns one in three of ALL washingtonpost domain names
- FC: Bill Purdy, bloody but unbowed, registers more WashPost domains!
- FC: Bill Purdy: "I'm going to jail over my Washington Post domain"
- FC: Brad Templeton on Sen. Lieberman, laws, and overseas spam
- FC: Brad Templeton on surveillance column: "P-Day" is already here?
- FC: Brian K. West discusses his newspaper "hacking" guilty plea
- FC: Bush administration's position on open-source seems... flexible
- FC: California politicos sued for blackholing conservatives' email
- FC: Can we stop Sen. Joseph Lieberman from spamming?
- FC: Canada's largest bank chooses to Know Its Customer Very Well
- FC: Canada's privacy czar gives dire warning about anti-terrorism laws
- FC: Canadian programmers in San Jose jailed five days for no reason
- FC: Charles Sims on why Lessig should have lost, Supremes are right
- FC: Confirmed: Google reveals Bush's faux astroturf campaign
- FC: Congressional aide likes Larry Lessig's anti-spam suggestion
- FC: DeCSS, DVD paper: "The Trouble with Prime Numbers" from RISKS
- FC: Denver city councilman buys up his rivals' .com names
- FC: DMCA vs. The Garage Door Opener
- FC: EFF asks for nominations for 12th annual Pioneer Awards
- FC: FBI nabs student, charges with stealing DirecTV crypto-secrets
- FC: Federal judge holds Bill Purdy in contempt, gives one more chance
- FC: Federal judge says Kazaa can be sued in U.S. courts
- FC: Fighting terrorism means banning Internet gambling? from CEI
- FC: German allows irony on the web after all, court rules
- FC: Google reveals Bush administration's astroturf campaign?
- FC: Harvey Silverglate on state of civil liberties at end of 2002
- FC: Harvey Silverglate's proposal for civilians in police ranks
- FC: House Judiciary members applaud Supreme Court copyright ruling
- FC: Is Poindexter's TIA project not all that bad? By Stuart Taylor
- FC: Israeli ambassador falls for blog "Zionist occupation" parody
- FC: It was bound to happen: Bush-Iraq parody of Nigerian spam scam
- FC: Jamie Love on TRUSTe, spam, and industry best practices
- FC: Jamie McCarthy on problems with domain name dispute process
- FC: Johansen acquitted on all charges in Norwegian DeCSS case
- FC: John "More Guns Less Crime" Lott's Net pseudonym exposed
- FC: John Gilmore's suit over secret FAA regs in SF court on 1/17
- FC: John Gilmore, Mark Milone on Hacktivism, democracy, and .doc
- FC: Justice Dept admits it snoops on library Internet use
- FC: Larry Lessig bets his job on spam law -- with me as judge?
- FC: Lewiston, Maine decides to repeal the First Amendment
- FC: Lexmark invokes DMCA in suit over aftermarket printer toner
- FC: Local cops in Pennsylvania get "JNet" police photo database
- FC: Louisiana police force all townspeople to give DNA samples
- FC: Malaysia's independent online news agency reportedly raided
- FC: Mark Milone on "Hacktivism: Securing the National Infrastructure"
- FC: Massachusetts AG serves cryptome.org with subpoena for logs
- FC: Microsoft hit by class action suit, pays up to $1.1 billion
- FC: Military worried about web leaks; on CNBC tonight
- FC: Mirror of proposed anti-spam law sent to Politech
- FC: More on .Mil Hacker Alert! Armed, Dangerous, and Tentacled!
- FC: More on ADL warning Feds that terrorists use e-gold
- FC: More on Bill Purdy's looming contempt, tips for surviving jail
- FC: More on forcibly requiring DNA samples -- a German perspective
- FC: More on Louisiana police forcing 100 people to give DNA samples
- FC: More on police carcam that recorded cop brutality, dog-killing
- FC: More on surveillance: Would countermeasures be illegal?
- FC: More ways I could be violating the DMCA by writing this column
- FC: Move over, TIA: George W. Bush announces "TTIC" data-mining system
- FC: Music-tech industry truce's impact may be limited
- FC: Neo Project apparently resumes work on hacking Microsoft's Xbox
- FC: Network Solns exposes (whoops!) 85,000+ customer email addresses
- FC: NYT's Jennifer 8. Lee on U.S. visa database open to police
- FC: One attempt to crack the passwords on the TSA's MS Word docs
- FC: One irked sysadmin's tale of struggling against the spam tide
- FC: Penn (from Penn & Teller) on airport security crotch-grabbing
- FC: Peter Swire's declaration in RIAA vs. Verizon subpoena case
- FC: PlanetReplay webmaster spooked by deposition, deletes info
- FC: Police surveillance cam works: Shows cop brutality, dog-killing
- FC: Politech asked for help in drafting U.S. anti-spam law
- FC: Politech back from hiatus; in SF until Jan. 10
- FC: Politech photos: RIAA copyright deal, Yosemite, SF Golden Gate
- FC: Polk Wagner: Garage door opener DMCA case is hardly "lunacy"
- FC: President Bush's AIDS nominee Poindexterizes his web site
- FC: Query about FBI wiretaps from someone starting a free-email firm
- FC: Query from Dan Tynan: Why could anti-spam laws hurt free speech?
- FC: Replies to novelist John le Carre and "U.S. has gone mad!"
- FC: Request from CNBC producer working on P2P piracy story
- FC: Reuters on TSA's password-protected files: Not a great idea...
- FC: Robert Ellis on how DMCA is "chipping away at competition"
- FC: Russell Roberts: Killing dividend tax will help all of us
- FC: Senate bill drafted to put Poindexter's TIA on hold
- FC: Senate slaps limits on Poindexter's data-mining plan
- FC: Some defenses of political spam and Sen. Lieberman's bulk mail
- FC: Steve Mann's struggles with Verisign and modest Perl proposal
- FC: Supreme Court upholds copyright extension law in 7-2 ruling
- FC: Text of Supreme Court copyright extension ruling available
- FC: Tips for Bill Purdy on surviving domain-name contempt in jail
- FC: TRUSTe on spam and industry adopting best practices
- FC: TSA quietly deletes password-protected MS Word docs from site
- FC: U.K. government starts to spam -- 100,000 email messages
- FC: U.K. plan to create huge biometric database, from RISKS Digest
- FC: U.K. politicos yowl about their "offensive" email censored
- FC: U.S. Army: Be all that you can be... in new 3D shoot-em-up
- FC: U.S. spooks fret about Iraq hax0ring .gov and .mil computers
- FC: Urgent plea to help save Free-Market.net from oblivion
- FC: USACM: Congress should stop Total Information Awareness
- FC: Verizon must comply with RIAA's DMCA subpoena, judge sez
- FC: Virginia police raid bars, force people to take sobriety tests
- FC: Webcast of ecommerce law class at Univ of Ottawa starts today
- FC: Weekly column: Be a P2P pirate, go to jail? Could happen soon...
- FC: Weekly column: Could we be tracked by micro RFID tags?
- FC: Weekly column: How will surveillance tech evolve in 10 years?
- FC: Weekly column: Sen. Joseph Lieberman, spammer-in-chief?
- FC: What Larry Did Get (just this once, mind you...)
- FC: Why did the Neo Project halt work on hacking Microsoft's Xbox?
- FC: Wife tracks hubby with secret GPS bug in his car
- FC: Will Larry Lessig's proposed anti-spam law make spam... worse?
- FC: Will this column land me in federal prison under the DMCA?
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