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The Price of Freedom

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The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have woken us up to the fact that we are at war. It is a war of freedom vs. totalitarianism and terror. In that way it is similar to previous wars we have fought, but that is perhaps the onl

Private Lives, Public Terror

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Surrender even a sliver of civil liberties, and you've given the terrorists exactly what they want: a paranoid, unpleasant America.

Enterprises Still Reeling From Nimda

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Although the spread of the Nimda worm seems to be slowing, some companies and service providers are still crippled by the damage the virus wrought last week.

Privacy Activists Unite Against DOJ Plan

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An unlikely political coalition united Thursday against attempts by the government to undermine civil liberties in the name of fighting terrorism.

SchlumbergerSema Scores Smart Card Contract

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In the first major smart card security deal since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the U.S. Army has announced it will buy 60,000 smart card readers from SchlumbergerSema, the technology subsidiary of Schlumberger Ltd.

DOJ Brewing Expansive Anti-Terror Proposal

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The U.S. Department of Justice wants its wiretapping and other surveillance capabilities vastly expanded, with the Internet and other modern communications technologies among the targets of the government's new war on terrorism, according to experts who a

Privacy Faces New Reality

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Gone are the good old days of worry over e-commerce customer lists and fears of unauthorized FBI snooping into the lives of average Americans. From the ruins of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, a bitter new reality has emerged: Our very lives are

Networks Run Despite NIMDA

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Despite some dire early predictions that the sophisticated program would clog networks by today, both Keynote Systems and Matrix.net report essentially normal traffic flows on the Net.

NIMDA Gives Intruders Administrator Privileges

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Corporate IT managers grappling with the latest and greatest threat to the Internet, NIMDA, will find cold comfort in knowing the worm gives intruders administrator-level privileges, says a security expert.

Nimda Takes Over The Net

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A new worm called Nimda contains so many ways to infect Microsoft Windows-based computers that millions of infections are expected throughout the day.

FBI: Expect DDoS Attacks

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The FBI is warning network providers to expect a wave of denial-of-service attacks in the wake of last week's terrorist strikes.

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