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posted in April 2004

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U.S. Charges Four Under Can-Spam Law
News  |  4/29/2004
The criminal charges are the first to be filed under the govvernment's new anti-spam law.
Google Files Long-Awaited IPO
News  |  4/29/2004
The Internet search-engine leader aims to raise $2.7 billion with an initial offering.
Anti-Spam Technologies Prove Their Value
Features  |  4/23/2004
Research shows that spam doubled in two years, but companies blocking it realize a solid roi
Study Says Anti-Spam Efforts Yield Rapid Returns
News  |  4/21/2004
IDC says a company with 5,000 users can save $783,000 annually by implementing an anti-spam system.
Secure Partnership
News  |  4/16/2004
Report urges companies to adopt management framework for information security
Amazon's A9 Joins Crowded Search Field
News  |  4/14/2004
Amazon is entering the search business through its A9 subsidiary in Silicon Valley.
New FTC Rule Requires Warning On Sexually Explicit E-Mail
News  |  4/13/2004
An FTC rule that will take effect next month will mandate that such material includes a warning to inform recipients and ease filtering.
FTC Mandates Warning On Sexually Oriented E-Mail
News  |  4/13/2004
An FTC rule that will take effect next month will mandate that such material includes a warning to inform recipients and ease filtering.
American Latest Airline To Admit To Sharing Passenger Data
News  |  4/12/2004
American Airlines, like JetBlue and Northwest before it, reveals its passenger data was shared with third-party companies working on security systems.
Q&A With Groove Network's Ray Ozzie
Features  |  4/8/2004
Ray Ozzie, creator of Lotus Notes, realized a core aspect of Notes was absolutely wrong for products made by his next firm, Groove. Read how he's bidding for success without simply tweaking a previous victory.
From Paper To Process
Features  |  4/5/2004
Many business procedures are closely linked to paper documents; improving a process often requires getting control of the documents.
Virtual Detective Tracks Scammers
Features  |  4/1/2004
Software from Visualware lets even nonexperts find out the origin of deceptive E-mail


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