NSW Labor MP Tony Kelly has been cleared of any criminal activity by police investigating alleged computer hacking at state parliament. Forensic testing had found "certain programs" on his computer, but these were more likely to have been used to test its security rather than for hacking, a police report said. It said police would be taking no further action.
A US civil servant has had a grilling from FBI agents over his anti-Bush car stickers. Jesse Ethredge has bumper stickers calling the President a "two-faced murderer," and others saying, "hell with Bush".
Many US military websites are still shut to the public almost a month after the last Code Red scare. As many as 2,500 sites could have cut off public access.
The folks over at NetSurf.com tell the story of a new web site that has sprung up to address the folks at Gator, lords of the advertising software which defaces your Web pages with colored hyperlinks to advertisers sites. MSNBC has a story not unlike our own, earlier coverage of that issue.
A US grand jury has indicted Dmitri Sklyarov and Elcomsoft, his Russian employer, on five counts of copyright violations. The Russian programmer was originally arrested for selling illegal software, which enabled users to hack Adobe software and download digital books for free.