From The Register:
Anyone interested in InfoSeek founder Steve Kirsch's proposal to scan the brains of travelers as a means to defeat terrorism might wish to tune in to 'Online Tonight' with David Lawrence Thursday, 4 October at 10:00 pm EST to hear us take the piss out of him live.
We recently ridiculed Kirsch's proposal, much to the delight of the Online Tonight staff, who have invited us to appear.
Once again we tip our hat to the folks at Cryptome.org who have converted to HTML the entire 122 page Patriot Act of 2001, also known as the Anti-Terrorism Bill of 2001.
Aerospace giant Boeing Co. has invested $10 million in a Virginia company that specializes in encrypGeorge Muellner, president of Boeing's Seattle-based Phantom Works research and development unit, said TecSec Inc.'s technology—which secures digital information by breaking codes—could be used in Boeing's collaborative engineering and communications programs.
After a nearly two-month rampage across the Internet, the Code Red II worm has entered a period of self-inflicted euthanasia as of midnight Sept. 30, security experts said today.
The New Orleans public schools were hit hard by the Nimda computer virus, which has shut down school Internet usage since Sept. 21. School system technology chief Lonnie Luce said there is no indication that data were lost, and most computers should be back up and running today. Servers and routers already have been purged of the virus. Individual computers will be cleaned as they sign on to the network and download a new systemwide anti-virus software.