minilinks for 2008-05-01
MiniLinks by Hugh D'Andrade
May 2, 2008
- Internet Users Have Expectation of Privacy
The NJ Supreme Court ruled that people have a reasonable expectation of privacy while online.
- Microsoft Helps Police Grab Digital Evidence
The software giant has provided police with a device that quickly and easily extracts data -- without seizing the computer.
- FBI Wants to Move Hunt for Criminals to Internet Backbone
Jon Stokes unpacks FBI director Robert Mueller's testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, highlighting the Feds' desire to monitor and filter Internet traffic.
- NJ Judge Allows Examination of E-Voting Machines
For the first time, voting rights advocates will have the opportunity to examine the programming of suspect voting machines.
- How to Kill/Block an RFID
Instructions on how to disable unwanted RFID tags.
- P2P Throttling and A Net Neutrality Showdown in Canada
An outcry from small, reseller ISPs brings traffic-shaping and deep packet inspection to the forefront in Canada.