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Webware Radar: March Madness reaches the sky

Also: Trulia enjoys a record quarter, Glu Mobile releases 30 apps for BlackBerry App World, and LexisNexis inks a deal with the Internal Revenue Service.

By April 2, 2009


LexisNexis flap draws outcry from Congress

It took mere hours for LexisNexis' latest embarrassing data leak revelation to spur cries of condemnation from Congress.

By April 12, 2005


LexisNexis break-in spurs more calls for reform

Renewed calls for legislation and industry reform follow theft of personal details of 32,000 Americans.

By March 9, 2005


LexisNexis hires Fast search

The deal gives LexisNexis a greater footprint in the legal enterprise market and highlights Fast Search & Transfer's growing presence in Web publishing.

By August 26, 2003


Congress edges toward new privacy rules

Both Republicans and Democrats profess outrage over ChoicePoint and LexisNexis mishaps. New laws are being proposed.

By March 10, 2005


What can Uncle Sam do to stop voter fraud?

LexisNexis' Norman Willox envisions a future marked by the widespread deployment of information-based identity authentication.

December 22, 2004


INS reform is doomed to fail

LexisNexis' chief privacy officer, Norman A. Willox Jr., warns that catastrophe awaits unless the government can fix the lingering technology loopholes in the system and develop a foolproof way of authenticating the identity of non-U.S. residents.

July 2, 2002


Yahoo Premium Document Search

Give Yahoo Premium Document Search a try when you're frustrated by the shallow results from conventional search engines. But if serious research is your game, use the more comprehensive, better-organized LexisNexis instead.

By March 8, 2002

3 stars Editors' rating March 8, 2002

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Lexis-Nexis offers Web service

The popular legal and news search firm is launching an ambitious Web service aimed at the business user.

October 19, 1998


Short Take: TheStreet.com names former Lexis-Nexis exec as new chief

TheStreet.com, a financial news and information site whose paid subscriptions recently topped the 20,000 mark, has named Kevin English its chief executive officer. Previously, English served as vice president and general manager for a business unit of Lexis-Nexis.

October 7, 1998