"All the News That's Fit
Gilmore calls for CPRM hardware boycott, The
Register, December 26, 2000.
plan puts copy protection into every hard drive,
The Register, December 20, 2000.
treaty condemned, BBCNews.com, December 18,
Hate Law: No Denying It, Wired News, December
verstößt gegen Menschenrechte,
Telepolis, December 14, 2000.
pact steps on privacy, groups say, CNN.com
(Reuters), December 14, 2000.
Landmark Nazi Ruling, Newsbytes, December 12,
treaty may conflict with UN declaration, ZDNet
UK, December 12, 2000.
to prosecute Net surfers who insult Islam,
BBCNews.com, December 12, 2000.
evade Morocco rally gag, BBCNews.com, December
plan to spy on all British phone calls,
Observer, December 3, 2000.
Netherlands adopts cybercrime pact, CNN.com,
November 30, 2000.
co-operation in internet surveillance,
Telepolis, November 22, 2000.
Will Ignore French Ban, CBSNews.com, November
council moves Net crime treaty forward, CNET,
November 20, 2000.
Ordered to Bar French From Nazi Web Sites, Excite
News (Reuters), November 20, 2000.
Force Rewrite Of Cybercrime Pact, TechWeb,
November 13, 2000.
blockiert Cybercrime-Abkommen, Futurezone,
November 9, 2000.
legal hotline established, Infoworld, November
targets 'enemies' on net, BBCNews.com,
November 7, 2000.
le G8 loin du consensus, Yahoo! France,
October 28, 2000.
Disagree On Net Crime Standards, Newsbytes,
October 27, 2000.
to investigate legality of RIP, The Register,
October 27, 2000.
Großer Tag für Cyberkriminelle?, Heise
Online, October 27, 2000.
Europe's cybersleuth central, MSNBC.com,
October 26, 2000.
seeks tighter net security, FT.com, October
G8-Staaten diskutieren über
Internet-Kriminalität, Heise Online,
October 26, 2000.
Luft in bunten Tüten, Telepolis, October
Reigns at Net Crime Meet, Wired News
(Reuters), October 24, 2000.
cybercops face challenge, FT.com, October 24,
Internationaler Kampf gegen Cybercrime,
tecChannel, October 24, 2000.
draft cyber crime treaty spells trouble, Irish
Times, October 20, 2000.
criminals likely to strike, FT.com, October
Panel: Nix 'Mouse-Trapping', Wired News,
October 6, 2000.
In a Name?, Business 2.0, October 2, 2000.
hits Net companies with sweeping rules, CNET,
October 2, 2000.
Armey, You've Been Filtered, Wired News,
September 28, 2000.
sight, The Guardian, September 21, 2000.
Wants to Make Jordan the High-Tech Capital of the
Mideast: Unlike most Arab leaders, he has embraced
Internet, San Francisco Chronicle, September
Tactics, Heise, September 4, 2000.
to battle internet 'enemies', BBC News, August
orders child porn crackdown, Sunday Times,
August 6, 2000.
boost: A satellite radio service could help beat the
censors, New Scientist, August 5, 2000.
Police and Intelligence Co-operation On Crypto And
Interception Issues, Heise, August 3,
neo-Nazis targeted, Boston Globe Online
(Associated Press), August 2, 2000.
Intelligence Suspected of Using Unauthorised Random
Interception of Email Traffic, Heise, July 31,
Internet Providers Cancel Deal With Law Enforcement On
Voluntary Assistance In Criminal Investigations,
Heise, July 20, 2000.
backs down on e-snoops, Electronic Telegraph,
July 20, 2000.
system covertly searches e-mail, WSJ
Interactive, July 11, 2000.
Parliament votes against inquiry committee on
Echelon, Heise, July 5, 2000.
spy agency under fire, USATODAY.com, June 26,
Office to retreat on cyber-spying bill, ZDNet
UK, June 22, 2000.
Filter Blocks All But Smut, Wired News, June
Crisis - Journalism Online shut-down, Heise,
June 18, 2000.
Parliament will vote in july on inquiry committee on
Echelon, Heise, June 15, 2000.
European Parliament is obstructing inquiry on
Echelon, Heise, June 9, 2000.
gets tougher on Internet crime with new e-mail
directive, Total Telecom, June 6, 2000.
to Follow EU Crypto Lead, Wired News, June 6,
price of policing e-business, FT.com, May 31,
Justice and Home Affairs Council considers preventive
measures against Echelon, Heise, May 30,
Union postponed decision on removing barriers to Export
of Crypto, Heise, May 25, 2000.
Rejects Nazi Web Suit, Wired News (Reuters),
May 24, 2000.
France should stop access to Nazi sites, BBC
News, May 23, 2000.
contre la Licra : les internautes français
sous contrôle, ZDNet France (in French),
May 23, 2000.
Bill Has Web Ramifications, New York Times
(AP), May 23, 2000.
Web Site Feels the Wrath of Beijing,
BusinessWeek, May 22, 2000.
Union sets free export of encryption products,
Heise, May 22, 2000.
Brews Over Swiss Bid to Block Web Sites, New York
Times (Reuters), May 16, 2000.
Government considers ban on "Hacker Tools",
Spiegel (in German), May 15, 2000.
plans cyber-center to spy on the Internet, San
Jose Mercury News (AP), May 11, 2000.
Refuge for Gay Muslims, Wired News, May 8,
is EU priority after 'love bug' virus,
EUBusiness, May 5, 2000.
builds new centre to read e-mails on the net,
Sunday Times, April 30, 2000.
Commissioner: We need a sense of urgency,
Heise, April 17, 2000.
to Internet Users in France, Daily Telegraph,
April 13, 2000.
in Holland, Heise, April 11, 2000.
Detectives in Holland, Heise, April 10,
Links Can Be Considered Illegal, Osaka Court Judgment
Says, Nikkei BP, April 7, 2000.
on inquiry on Echelon postponed for a week ,
Heise, April 6, 2000.
Parliament demands end of anonymity on the internet,
Heise, April 5, 2000.
Commission makes blurry statement on Echelon,
Heise, March 30, 2000.
Parliament: Inquiry on Echelon, Heise, March
Final Agreement on Convention on Mutual Assistance in
Criminal Matters, Heise, March 28, 2000.
to outlaw anonymous web posting, Vnunet.com,
March 27, 2000.
wants to collect terrorism related information on the
Internet, Heise, March 16, 2000.
backs down over encryption codes, BBC News,
March 13, 2000.
rejected, The Holland Sentinel, February 23,
Parliament Rejects Bordercrossing Interception of
Telecommunication, Heise, February 15,
bill under fire, BBC News, February 10,
to sue US and Britain over network of spies, The
Times, February 10, 2000.
agency warned of massive cyber assault, Fairfax
I.T., February 10, 2000.
supports global cyber-squatting regulations, ABC
News, January 31, 2000.
Acts to Control Internet Information Flow,
Washingtonpost.com, January 27, 2000.
ISPs Crack Down on Hate, Wired News, January
charge DoubleClick double cross, USAToday.com,
January 25, 2000.
raid teen hacker's home, Aftenposten, January
policy issues to watch in telecom, Web Review,
January 21, 2000.
ban on political websites, BBC News, January
Urges Global Anti-cybercrime Network, Fairfax
I.T., January 11, 2000.
Builds for Crackdown on Web Threats, Boston
Globe, January 3, 2000.