20th > December > 2002 Archive

W3C sets specs for browser, player accessibility

ComputerWire, 20 Dec 2002

W3C, vendors dust down over WS-Choreography?

ComputerWire, 20 Dec 2002
Broken CD with wrench

The Microsoft CRM wait goes on

ComputerWire, 20 Dec 2002

Veritas picks up blade, app management mavens

ComputerWire, 20 Dec 2002

Comet and Carphone Warehouse to flog AOL broadband

AOL UK has signed extended distribution deals with Comet and the Carphone Warehouse to flog its broadband service and ADSL starter kits.
Tim Richardson, 20 Dec 2002

Police investigate porn DVD bought at Dixons

Police in Birmingham have launched an investigation after child pornography was found on a DVD disk bought at a Dixons store in the West Midlands.
Tim Richardson, 20 Dec 2002

Welsh Web designer pleads guilty to virus creation

A 21-old Welsh Web designer has pleaded guilty to creating and distributing three mass mailer viruses, in a hearing at Bow Street Magistrates Court this morning.
John Leyden, 20 Dec 2002

Student gets merit award for school computer hack

High school student Reid Ellison did exactly the opposite of what most students would do when he hacked into his school computer records - he marked his grades down.
John Leyden, 20 Dec 2002

One Click Fraud: more MS scammers likely

This week Seattle FBI told The Register that more arrests in the Daniel Feussner case were unlikely. Feussner was the Microsoft employee charged last week with selling $9 million of stolen software.
Andrew Orlowski, 20 Dec 2002

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