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GeneTree sprouts genealogy branches October 24, 2007 James Lee Sorenson oversees a social-networking genealogy Web site, tapping into what he calls the most viral network today--the family.
Work bill would create new ID database May 21, 2007 Senate takes up draft legislation creating massive Homeland Security database that would say "yes" or "no" to an employee's eligibility to work.
Oracle plugs 65 security holes July 18, 2006 July patch update includes fixes for flaws, many serious, across the company's database and business products.
Oracle's oops on security flaw April 11, 2006 Usually secretive about product security, company accidentally posts details about exploit code for an unfixed database flaw.
Spam-bot tests flunk the blind July 2, 2003 Advocates for the visually impaired contend that increasingly popular "visual verification" tests are discriminatory, raising a cloud over the future of a widely used antispam tool.
SAP siphons Pepsi away from Oracle June 9, 2004 The German software maker says it has lured the soft-drink giant by offering greater integration among business applications.
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