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Toshiba's redesigned Satellite L635 has a few new features and preinstalled children's software in an affordable budget package.
New service combines a "social network" for families with a locked-down, safer browser.
After programmer in Finland discovers and publishes part of a secret blacklist of supposedly illegal sites, the government adds his Web site to the list.
A renewed federal push for an antiporn law raises questions about just how effective filters are.
Net filtering firm Net Nanny signed a marketing and distribution agreement with Netscape Communications to feature its blocking software on its Netcenter SmartUpdate channel. Starting in July, Netcenter users can download a free evaluation version or purchase the software on the site. The deal comes at the end of Netscape's two-month build-up of services dubbed Project 60.
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation names Will Doherty director of online community development to help align the group with officials who are shaping Net policy.
The tools allow software developers to build secure communications and e-commerce applications for the Net, corporate intranets, and extranets.
In a last-minute decision, the Clinton administration invites the American Civil Liberties Union to its online content summit after leaving the group without a place at the table.
If ISPs in the Lone Star state don't offer customers free blocking software, they could get slapped with a fine up to $10,000.