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Sun StaffWASHINGTON -- Sitting in a plush leather chair in a borrowed office at George Washington University Law School, Eric Menhart seems nothing more than an ambitious, third-year law student with some impressive experience under his belt. He has interned...
Tags: Gaming, Punishment, Prince George's County, Electronics, Prisons
Sun StaffMarci De Vries, a Baltimore marketer, won't open her e-mail in front of clients, fearful that they'll think she's a pervert when they see some of the subject lines on her screen. Shamik Ghosh, a Laurel business developer, has to delete junk mail from his...
Sun StaffFour competing Internet powerhouses joined forces yesterday to file six lawsuits targeting spammers who have swamped the nation's personal computers with billions of cheesy come-ons for Viagra, cut-rate mortgages and porn. Officials of Microsoft, America...
Sun StaffLast summer, when Del. Brian J. Feldman's campaign e-mail account was hijacked by a spammer who used it to send ads for a pornographic Web site, he was flooded with replies. "Some said, 'I'm interested, but I want more information,' " recalled Feldman, a...
Special to SunSpotWhen he speaks to the crowd at the national millennium celebration or a California tech conference, 10-year-old David Dalrymple might need some help reaching the microphone but his words carry a lot of weight. Via e-mail, UMBC's youngest student...
Sun StaffThe U.S.-led invasion of Iraq - called the "first war of the Internet age" - is showing how much the communications medium has adapted in its relatively recent life. Major news sites on the Web have handled from 30 percent to 100 percent more traffic...
Los Angeles TimesBernard J. Ebbers was an unlikely pioneer in the cutting-edge world of telecommunications. Though he transformed WorldCom Inc. from an idea on a coffee-shop napkin into the second-largest long-distance company in the country, Ebbers himself is known to...
Times staff writersFor years, the biggest challenge WorldCom Inc. and MCI faced was persuading consumers to switch long-distance companies. Now, the toughest job may be persuading them to stay. The bankruptcy filing on Sunday by WorldCom and its MCI subsidiary is sure...
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Sun Television CriticDespite the fact that television coverage of the war with Iraq is often written about as if it were monolithic, there are differences channel to channel. As television networks and all-news cable channels settled in for the longer haul in their...
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