Archive - Oct 2003
These buggers send your company letters saying your domain is about to expire, send money to keep it. Turns out, they transfer the domain to their hosting service. They've even got a UK address. Sign 'em up for every free newsletter, catalogue and mailshot you can.
I see someone's completely circumvented all the "security" in US airports.
Dr. Charles Tannock is next to respond, with a letter that seemingly took two weeks to arrive...
Copyright laws in the UK are generally seen as a good thing. However, check this clause in The Copyright and Related Rights Regulations 2003.
Jean Lambert is the next to respond. A well informed and comprehensive response...
I just took a (dodgy) cab ride from Piccadilly Circus to home. Going that way past all those lovely stone buildings. I have to admire the masonary - I mean, these days, we wouldn't make it as intricate. The palace of Westmister (Houses of Parliament) are the same...
Verisign's Mark McLaughlin (senior VP and general manager) shows just how clueless he is in a Cnet editorial.