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Information Technology
June 1, 2000 Volume 30 Issue 2
Articles In This Issue
  • Thursday, June 1, 2000
    AuthorSteven M. Bellovin

      To serve the needs of law enforcement while protecting privacy, the legal and technical approaches to Internet wiretapping must be reexamined.

    Of late, there has been a great deal of interest in the ability of law enforcement agencies to place wiretaps on the Internet. While there are ...

  • Thursday, June 1, 2000
    AuthorDavid D. Clark and Marjory Blumenthal

    Information technology has become so pervasive, at least in developed countries, that it is the stuff of jokes and cliches. More people are buying and using information technology in more ways, more people depend on it for business and personal activities, and at the same time more people are ...

  • Thursday, June 1, 2000
    AuthorDavid G. Messerschmitt and Jerry R. Sheehan

    Information technology research must address problems of large-scale systems and social applications if society is to get the most out of the technology.

    Continued advances in information technology (IT) have resulted in dramatic transformations in many important societal functions, including ...

  • Thursday, June 1, 2000
    AuthorRandall Davis

      The information infrastructure threatens the delicate balance between sharing information and protecting intellectual property.1

    The combination of technologies that make up the information infrastructure--information in digital form, computer networks, and the World Wide Web--has arrived ...