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Date: 2006-06-19
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Intriguing Research Explores Sifting Data While Protecting Privacy
Technologically it is possible to bolster security and privacy
As new disclosures mount about government surveillance programs, computer science researchers hope to wade into the fray by enabling data mining that also protects individual privacy.

You Are Now Entering CardSpace
CardSpace (previously InfoCard) promises to make it easier and safer to log on online
Microsoft's Infocard technology — now with a new name — aims to solve the same problems they attempted with Windows Passport. This time, however, the company is going the standards route.

Gates to leave day-to-day operations at Microsoft
Intends on concentrating on the charitable work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates announced Thursday that he will transition from day-to-day responsibilities at the company he co-founded to concentrate on the charitable work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Mac OS X Web Server Tips for Designers, Part 3
The 411 on enabling PHP and SSI
For our final foray into ways to beef up the Web server included with Mac OS X, we might as well delve into technologies that actually require the server to be running in order to work. Today we're going to learn how to switch on two such server-side technologies that are built into Mac OS X but disabled by default: PHP and SSI. And considering how tantalizing I've already made our final installment sound, how could you not read further?

ISPs Evolve And Diversify To Stay Relevant
Even the National ISPs Are Struggling As More Americans Abandon Dial-Up
When Bruce Chatterley assumed the helm of Speakeasy, he wrote "ISP" on a white board and immediately drew a slash across it to emphasize at staff meetings that the company was no longer just an Internet service provider.

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