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Lawyer Falls Prey to Pricey Internet Scam (Law.com)
Atlanta securities lawyer Gregory Bartko says he's the victim of an internet fraud scheme that's apparently targeting law firms throughout the U.S., as well as the banks where lawyers have their escrow accounts. Bartko is a defendant in a federal suit by Wachovia Bank, which is seeking reimbursement for nearly $200,000 that the bank wired, on Bartko's instructions, to a Korean bank on behalf of ...
The Increase of Internet Shopping (The Standard-Times)
internet shopping is shaping up. However today, internet shopping is a really significant part of the retail sector. internet shopping is the new shopping experience of the future.
Internet Brands profile: A step in a different direction (SmallCapInvestor.com via Yahoo! Finance)
Spinning an identity and driving traffic at one website is difficult enough for many companies, but Internet Brands finds security in numbers.
Back to school means back to work (KVII 7 Amarillo)
Posted on Monday, August 25, 2008 at 10:08 a.m. Back to school allows many parents a small repreive from chasing their kiddos around all day, but what about those who work in the schools.
Wireless Internet access becoming prevalent at campgrounds (Florence Morning News)
The way people enjoy the outdoors in South Carolina is taking a turn in a different direction as wireless Internet access is becoming more prevalent at campsites and inside parks.
Low-cost System System Thwarts Internet Eavesdropping (Science Daily)
The growth of shared Wi-Fi and other wireless computer networks has increased the risk of eavesdropping on Internet communications, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science and College of Engineering have devised a low-cost system that can thwart these "Man-in-the-Middle" attacks.
4-Eared Cat Becomes Internet Celebrity (NBC 4 Los Angeles)
A Chicago cat named Yoda has become an Internet celebrity because he has four ears.
Lawyer Falls Prey to Pricey Internet Scam (Law.com via Yahoo! Finance)
Atlanta securities lawyer Gregory Bartko says he's the victim of an Internet fraud scheme that's apparently targeting law firms throughout the U.S., as well as the banks where lawyers have their escrow accounts.
New inspection tool for Internet providers raises privacy concerns (Bradenton Herald)
Your Internet provider might know what you do online if it engages in something called deep-packet inspection.
New inspection tool for Internet providers raises privacy concerns (Miami Herald)
Your internet provider might know what you do online if it engages in something called deep-packet inspection. That phrase may sound like what the Transportation Security Administration does to uncooperative airline passengers, but on the internet, it means a thorough and automatic inspection of online traffic -- not just where you've been but also what you've seen.