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Privacy Advocates Not Suite on Nortel

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Analysts saluted, but privacy advocates squawked when Nortel Networks introduced a suite of smart switches last week designed to tap into users' Web surfing habits and learn things such as what banner ads would most likely seduce them.

Small Hosters Reach For Managed Holy Grail

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Now that Web hosting has landed among the most strategic business units at giants such as WorldCom, the best minds in the companies are looking for ways to squeeze every drop of revenue from the large server farms at the heart of this new industry.

Billy Tauzin

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Chairman, House Commerce Committee

Disneys Go.com Site Goes No More

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January was not kind to online news sites and portals, beginning and ending with layoffs and closures.

Intellectual Property Dilemma

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Geneva - Everyone agrees that intellectual property protection must be brought up to Internet speed, but in two days of meetings here last week, the World Intellectual Property Organization was unable to gain ground on an international solution.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: February 5, 2001

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Scram! Gateway founder Ted Waitt became the company's chief executive again last week, replacing Jeff Weitzen, who was named CEO in January 2000.

GMs Flat Denial

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ASP rumor gets good mileage

Elizabeth Carlassare

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Author and advocate for female entrepreneurs

There Is No Next Big Thing

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Michael Wolff is perhaps the most disillusioned of Silicon Alley's expatriates.

Make Sure You Lock The Door

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DNS upgrade is one key to Net security.

Hilary Rosen

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President and CEO, Recording Industry Association of America

Macromedia Can Play with the Big Kids

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A merger that took place recently will have a big impact on a large number of people who build, design and maintain Web sites-the acquisition of Allaire by Macromedia.

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