see "Edited" for the version that ran in the paper.
A mis-analysis of the Internet structure.
The risks of using email.
The Internet is starting to mirror the U.S.
The message of the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Deep-Crack crypto key breaker.
Intel's processor ID number.
National Research Council's "Trust in cyberspace" report.
Targeted banner ads on search engines.
Too strong messages of suport for ATM.
Is @Home listening to its customers?
Microsoft is keeping track of you.
Sony's networking plans.
Did Al Gore invent the Internet?
Melissa as a replay of the IBM Christmas virus.
Does distance learning make sense?
Lawyers protecting their own.
Does IBM understand the Internet?
An assault on Internet privacy.
The absurdity of limits on crypto export.
AT&T's cable purchases.
Networld+Interop in Las Vegas.
Breaking down a phone bill.
Only some ISP filtering makes sense.
Is a call to an ISP long distance?
The Internet is as big as the auto industry.
Banks and privacy and the implication for the Internet.
We will be paying Internet taxes soon.
Hotels still have no clue about business travelers.
Is there anyone in the entertainment business that can think?
The non-usefulness of firewalls.
It's not the network that needs to be secure.
Lessons from the history of the ITU.
Problems with digital certificates.
Understanding the importance of the Internet.
Should ISPs get access to AT&T's cable infrastructure?
A lack of good news on the privacy front.
The non-deployment of HTTP 1.1.
What will the IETF's role be in the converged network of the future?
The revised crypto export policy.
Differing Architectures for IP phone systems.
Coding to a particular browser is bad for the 'Net.
Is there a world outside the web?
Corporations over protecting their users.
What will the impact of the Internet be on big distributers?
IBM's "distributed learning" program.
RealNetworks abuse of customer privacy.
The wiretap debate in the IETF.
The architectural problem with trying to wiretap the Internet.
On-line Christmas shopping
Thoughts about "The future and its Enemies" by Virginia Postrel
IETF standards from the point of view of telephone world.