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Will Uncle Sam read your e-mail? --- Imaging by Gaurav Sood

In the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, US security agencies are seeking widespread powers to intercept and read messages sent over the Internet, giving a new twist to the old privacy v security debate, says Roopinder Singh.


Using Net to spread canards
This time CNN at receiving end
by Owen Gibson
F we are indeed at war with terrorism, then it could be the first fought with the Internet as a key propaganda weapon. We’ve seen the Web used as a force for good, raising millions of dollars towards the Red Cross fund and helping families locate potential victims. As a news medium, it has come into its own, providing a depth and perspective that television never could.

Back up Outlook address book
by Vipul Verma
AVE you ever come across a situation where you lost all your data, links and other information? Computers are always prone to crash. However, if you take little care and precaution then you can protect yourself from the hazards of losing your data. The best way to ensure that you don’t lose your data is to take regular backups.

Manage e-mails, exchange servers
by Sumesh Raizada
ODAY career opportunities are unlimited and potential growth in some of them is beyond our expectations. Earning prospects are available for all, whether highly qualified or average, experienced or inexperienced, employed, freelancer or housewives.

Abusers will grow with technology
by Narinder Gaheer
ECHNOLOGY brings its own vows. Not that the technology itself is at fault. Its that there are always abusers and bad users of technology. Abusers who use technology to harm others and bad users who are ignorant about the use of the technology.

Nostradamus overwhelmed by search engines queries
by Jean-Francois Rosnoblet
RENCH doomsday astrologer Nostradamus is topping Internet search lists after the deadly attacks in the USA and wild prophecies based on his musings are flooding the Web.

MSN Explorer launched in India
SN, one of the world’s most popular destinations on the Web, which attracts more than 250 million visitors per month, announced the launch of MSN Explorer in India. Britannia will be associated with the marketing and promotional activities undertaken by msn.co.in to drive the adoption of MSN Explorer.

Vote Virus seeks opinion, then deletes files
by Elinor Mills Abreu
ECURITY experts on Monday warned of a brand new virus masquerading as a program that will allow persons to vote whether the USA should go to war over the deadly Sept. 11 hijacker attacks, but which deletes computer files instead.

Kournikova virus creator gets community sentence
HE Dutch creator of the "Anna Kournikova" virus, which infected computers worldwide, was sentenced last week to 150 hours’ community service. The virus, disguised as a digital photo of the heartthrob Russian tennis star, e-mailed itself to millions of computers in February, slowing systems and shutting down some servers.

Give your mouse some rest
by Sarabjeet Singh Kanwal
HILE working on a computer, we need high speed, quick action and shortcut ways to quickly accomplish the tasks we often perform. Clicking on different icons, buttons and menu items, time and again and using a mouse needs a lot of time. This decreases our working speed drastically.

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