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Date Calculator

The Date Calculator is a date utility for genealogists. You can enter any date and convert it between Gregorian, Julian, Hebrew, and French...

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The Manor

Visit virtual visual chat communities.

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RSA Conference 2011

Stay connected with all the activities at RSA Conference 2011. Rate exhibitors, get session updates, receive encore session alerts, and locate the...

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Rise of the Triad: Dark War

- Multiple level packs (to change maps packs from the Main Menu: Options->User Options ->Level Sets ):-- Extreme Rise of the Triad-- Hunt Begins-...

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RSA protests by DEF CON groups, Code Pink draw ire

Security conference in San Francisco meets with a wide range of protests by security professionals.

By February 26, 2014

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RSAC shelves news rating

The Recreational Software Advisory Council puts its controversial plan to create a special label for news-oriented sites on hold.

September 10, 1997

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Global group seeks movie-like Net ratings

The campaign to apply movie-like ratings to Net content gets a shot in the arm tomorrow with a new effort by major international online companies.

May 11, 1999

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Netscape to support Web ratings

Netscape's move to support site rating systems in Communicator 4.5 will likely bolster the use of these online content controls.

June 15, 1998

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IE 4 to patch in news Web rating

Microsoft won't have built-in support for a proposed "news" rating in its Internet Explorer 4.0 browser, but if the proposed rating is adopted its users will be able to download a file to support it.

August 5, 1997

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PointCast to list 1,000 partners

The push technology pioneer tomorrow will announce more than 1,000 companies that want to broadcast information using its software.

By April 22, 1997

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PointCast fortifies "push" lead

The push software pioneer signs up more than 1,000 companies to broadcast information using its software.

By April 23, 1997

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Explorer helps police Net

Microsoft's latest version of Internet Explorer supports the PICS standard for rating offensive content online, a major step toward self-regulation of the Net.

August 13, 1996

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After CDA ruling, Net polices itself

Not content to wait for a court resolution of the Communications Decency Act, cybercitizens and software companies are taking regulatory matters into their own hands.

By June 15, 1996

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CompuServe to rate all online content

CompuServe will attach ratings to all its Net content by July 1.

By May 9, 1996