Tag Archives: file-sharing software

Spyware? Not My Problem, Says Business

By | August 31, 2004

Maybe the problem of Internet security isn’t educating users to be more vigilant, it’s about persuading companies that there is a problem. A survey (PDF file) released today by California-based Secure Computing Corporation found that that “only 25 percent of businesses recognized spyware as a major problem”. This despite studies that show spyware is a problem: A study by EarthLink, for… Read More »

Heart Embraces File Sharing

By | July 20, 2004

Have record companies suddenly changed their minds about file sharing? A press release from file sharing software company RazorPop and record label Sovereign Artists yesterday trumpeted the release of Heart’s New CD “Jupiter’s Darling” over the TrustyFiles P2P file sharing network as the “first time a major artist has ever released music from a CD to file sharers”.… Read More »

Loose Wire: Don’t Bite the

By | April 22, 2002

Loose Wire: Don’t Bite the Hand That Pays By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 18 April 2002 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2003, Dow Jones & Company, Inc. I get hot under the collar over a lot of things, especially being forced to write this column in the sweltering tropical heat of Bali, when I could… Read More »