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Adobe lets browsers kill Flash cookies
Delete local shared objects.
May 16 2011 5:43PM
Let's get physical
There's a lot of talk about convergence between physical and information security, shame it hasn't happened.
May 26 2008 10:31AM
Engin lets go of its stake in Unwired for $25.1 million
Broadband phone vendor, Engin has accepted Network Investment Holdings (NIH), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Seven Network Group, ordinary shares takeover of Unwired Group.
Nov 19 2007 2:01PM
Let’s recognise the value of lifetime skills
It doesn't make sense to have technology experts driving taxis.
Sep 1 2007 4:40PM
Facebook lets source code slip
Misconfigured web server leaves site red-faced.
Aug 16 2007 2:46PM
Robotic glove lets users feel images
Wearer can take hold of 3D images.
Jun 30 2007 2:22AM
The end of the affair - Lycos lets spammers be
Lycos has created so much love that it no longer needs to operate its vigilante website. “Make Love Not Spam” was laid to rest this weekend after a brief but eventful life attacking spamming websites.
Dec 6 2004 11:01AM
Let’s sue everybody! (or "why file sharing is not illegal")
Imagine Xerox getting sued for creating machines that allow people to photocopy back issues of Time Magazine. Or Kodak getting sued for selling film that could take pictures of a Picasso painting. Perhaps Maxell should be sued for selling blank videotapes that could store copies of any movie starring Pauly Shore. (Well, perhaps some lawsuits can be justified after all.)
Dec 1 2004 10:38AM
Let’s work together like the cyber attackers do
Another New Year has begun and with it come predictions about the types of cyber attacks.
Jan 22 2004 11:19AM
Intrusion Detection: Let’s Make Some Real Progress, Today!
It would be nice if most intrusions were detected, but they are not.
Jan 15 2004 11:26AM
Central control: Let’s get it all together
Chris Pick outlines the pressures that are driving some organisations to integrate security and systems management
Jan 13 2004 5:08PM
Telstra lets public direct ADSL rollout
Telstra yesterday announced it will let the public decide which telephone exchanges will next be upgraded to handle ADSL.
Oct 3 2003 12:00AM
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