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Re: Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for August 30, 2001 2  THOMAS HUGHES   2001-08-31 11:30:26 
Re: I-Marketing Interview: BlueLight.com 2  Alison Aguiar   2001-08-31 09:57:44 
Re: Report: Consumers Spend Nearly $4B Online in July 2  Thomas   2001-08-30 17:29:02 
Re: Report: U.S. Businesses Fail 'Safe Harbor' Data Privacy Test 3  Galo I Vargas   2001-08-30 16:30:15 
Re: Congress Under The Gun on Internet Taxes 2  Greg Banta   2001-08-30 15:17:39 
Re: Ford's Auto Web Site Violates Texas Law 3  April Ragsdale   2001-08-30 12:53:58 
Re: E-tail Dresses Up for Back-to-School Shopping 2  Clineasha   2001-08-30 12:53:34 
Re: eBay, Columbia Tristar To Produce Reality TV Show 4  Ashley Cothran   2001-08-30 12:49:31 
Re: Can't Anyone in E-Commerce Do it All? 4  Miguel   2001-08-30 11:37:42 
Re: IAB To Wrestle Gator.com over Alternative Online Ads 4  Anti-gator   2001-08-30 03:48:02 
Re: New Priceline Service Tackles Rising Gas Prices 2  Nona Falcon   2001-08-29 23:43:56 
Re: Venture Capitalists Attempt To Take Bartering to the Next Level 3  steje   2001-08-29 20:01:04 
Re: Study: Web-Only Banks Losing Ground to Multichannel Rivals 2  Art Vandelay   2001-08-29 13:34:12 
Re: Gator.com Lawsuit Escalates Online Ad Controversy 2  Bruno   2001-08-29 13:32:44 
Re: Report: Dot-Com Job Cuts Fall to 12-Month Low 2  Didier   2001-08-29 13:18:44 
Re: New Online Bill Payment Site Faces Paper Tiger 3  Joel Flower   2001-08-29 12:53:04 
Re: Kozmo Calls It Quits 2  charles   2001-08-29 11:51:57 
Re: Oops, How Embarrassing: Is Your Web Site Current? 2  Mal Ketchion   2001-08-29 03:10:24 
Re: What Lies Beneath the Web Trademark Cases? 3  Hortense   2001-08-28 16:44:34 
Re: E-Commerce: Deepening the Digital Divide 2  tech advocate   2001-08-27 14:42:51 

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