"All the News That's Fit
Confrontation over Privacy Rights on the Internet. New York Times,
November 30, 2001.
Union Holds Cybercrime Conference - Update. Newsbytes, November
son held by 'web' police in Egypt. Africast.com, November 26,
shuts down Somalia Internet. BBC News, November 23. 2001.
move to censor net. Australian IT. November 20, 2001.
Know Where You've Been. Wired News, November 9, 2001.
judge rules Yahoo is not subject to French ruling in Nazi memorabilia
case. Associated Press, November 7, 2001.
get sweeping access to net data. The Guardian, November 7, 2001.
pay to surf censored sites. BBC News Online, November 3, 2001.
email link for North Korea. Guardian Unlimited, November 1, 2001.
on web for elections. Australian IT, October 30,
in Bad Aibling bleibt bestehen. Heise, October
Again Censoring Web. Washington Post, October 23,
to Increase Internet Surveillance. Agence France
Presse, October 22, 2001.
Businesses to Hold e-mail Records for 12 Months.
Financial Times, October 17, 2001.
Council Wants New Investigation Into Privacy Rules.
Heise, October 17, 2001.
Government Wants to Regulate Strong Cryptography.
Heise, October 9, 2001.
Taken to Crack Down on Cyber Defamation. Korea
Times, October 4, 2001.
Bill Raises Hackles, News24, August 22, 2001.
Puts Webmaster on Trial, Associated Press,
August 20, 2001.
Africa Weighs Police Spy Law, Wired News, August
Close Online Forum, South China Morning Post
(Associated Press), August 16, 2001.
Police Appear in Internet Bars in Xi'an, Xinhua
News Agency, August 7, 2001.
seek release of hacker, CNN.com (Reuters),
July 24, 2001.
shuts down 2,000 Net cafes, CNN.com (Reuters),
July 20, 2001.
bars Internet in Afghanistan, ZDNet (Reuters),
July 13, 2001.
to launch upgraded 'missiles' on dangerous websites,
Malaysiakini, July 5, 2001.
trouble for Europol, Heise, July 2, 2001.
Founder Worried Over EU Cybercrime Plans, Yahoo
News (Reuters), May 31, 2001.
of a Website Inquisition, Wired News, May 29,
UK 'Government Gateway' locks out non-MS browsers,
The Register, May 28, 2001.
sollen Nazi-Sites sperren, Heise, May 28,
UK breaching human rights with NSA spy link-up,
Heise, May 27, 2001.
cybercrime pact tightens privacy rules,
SiliconValley.com (Reuters), May 25, 2001.
law enforcement should get easier access to personal data
stored by companies, Heise, May 21, 2001.
Liberties Groups Oppose 'Stealth' Web Blocking,
Newsbytes, May 19, 2001.
Strafverfolger fordern die totale
May 19, 2001.
snooping to come, PC Advisor, May 18,
want seven-year retention of all phone, Net traffic,
The Register, May 16, 2001.
Crime in the European Union, Heise, May 14,
socialistas claman contra la nueva ley que
regulará Internet, abc.es, May 11,
Investigators Leave In A Huff, CBSNews.com,
May 10, 2001.
side of cybercrime fight, FT.com, May 9,
government puts Trusted Third Parties under pressure,
Heise, May 8, 2001.
impossible, Guardian Unlimited, May 7,
treaty enters home stretch, CNN.com, April 26,
verabschiedet Cybercrime-Abkommen, Heise,
April 25, 2001.
cracks revealed, The Register, April 23,
activists arrested in China, Guardian
Unlimited, April 19, 2001.
uni MP3 raid: Reports from the front lines, The
Register, April 15, 2001.
Pol Backtracks on Hack,, Wired News, April 10,
Hackermethoden gegen Neonazis, Spiegel Online,
April 6, 2001.
on Personal Computers on Rapid Rise, The Korea
Herald, March 23, 2001.
drops Yahoo 'Mein Kampf' auction probe,
USAToday.com, March 22, 2001.
caves in to Scientology loonies, The Register,
March 16, 2001.
gags EFF founder over spam, The Register,
March 16, 2001.
accused of school blast cover-up, BBC News,
March 9, 2001.
MS memo whips up anti-piracy 'national cause', The
Register, March 8, 2001.
outlaws criticism of EU, Electronic Telegraph,
March 7, 2001.
goes stark raving mad over Net censorship, The
Register, March 2, 2001.
crackdown needed: G8 ministers call for major fight
against Internet crime, MSNBC, February 27,
web platform blocked by Swiss Internet service
providers, swissinfo, February 19, 2001.
become terrorists under new law , ZDNet UK,
February 19, 2001.
no going back after CPRM, warns Schneier, The
Register, February 17, 2001.
to press on the Net, The Times, February 16,
China, the Net and free speech, CNN.com,
February 16, 2001.
Requirements Get Dutch Internet Providers Into
Trouble, Heise, February 15, 2001.
Executive Says Linux Threatens Innovation, CNET
News.com, February 14, 2001.
takes the teeth out of Carnivore's name, CNET
News.com, February 9, 2001.
cut off from internet, BBC News, February 9,
webmaster on trial for 'subversion', BBC News,
February 9, 2001.
groups hide behind Web encryption,
USAToday.com, February 6, 2001.
unveils plan to fight cybercrime, CNN.com,
January 31, 2001.
begins to relax control over Internet access,
Associated Press, January 29, 2001.
of Arab censorship blunted by Internet, Nando
Times, January 29, 2001.
On Echelon In Dutch Parliament, Heise, January
hushes SDMI crack on DMCA terror, The
Register, January 15, 2001.
of Snooping, Heise, January 12, 2001.
signs on the web, The Economist, January 11,
employers may monitor workers' online habits, IDG
News Service, January 10, 2001.
Commission Wants To Tackle Cybercrime, Heise,
January 10, 2001.
Intelligence Connection in Lernout & Hauspie
Scandal, Heise, January 3, 2001.
to ban Nazi artifacts, Associated Press,
January 2, 2001.