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Re: Daily Cybercrime and Security Report for June 15, 2001 2  boaz guttman   2001-06-16 08:36:54 
Re: Office Depot Buys Officesupplies.com 2  Stan Danysh   2001-06-15 13:26:24 
Re: Study: Interactive TV Shopping Poised for Growth 2  FrankLeibold   2001-06-15 07:29:57 
Re: Open Web for the World Wide Thief 7  Zaki   2001-06-15 00:13:45 
Re: Report: X10.com Pops Up Past Amazon in Web Traffic 4  Paul   2001-06-14 13:58:08 
Re: Mr. Music Goes To Washington 3  TedDrew   2001-06-14 10:36:14 
Re: Report: Shipping & Handling Costs Drive Away E-Shoppers 10  Rich Coffman   2001-06-14 10:14:06 
Re: New Web 'Patrol' Looks To Lasso Wayward Shoppers 2  aron   2001-06-13 13:11:37 
Re: Web Firms Could Have Benefited from More 'Usability,' Experts Say 3  Thomas Fehlman   2001-06-13 07:11:11 
Re: Report: E-Biz Faces Five Dangers That Limit Growth 2  FrankLeibold   2001-06-12 16:21:29 
Re: Irrational Exuberance, Priceline Style 3  Mike   2001-06-12 08:42:02 
Re: KB Toys Grabs eToys' Name and Site 2  Alex Marcial   2001-06-11 16:43:03 
Re: Study: Lack of Options Thwarts European E-Commerce 3  Gerhard   2001-06-11 03:05:00 
Re: Wells Fargo and Mitsubishi Unveil Multiple Currency E-Commerce Service 2  Dr Adil Adamje   2001-06-09 03:16:22 
Re: Study: European Net Travel Market Surging 2  FrankLeibold   2001-06-08 14:56:45 
Re: Report: E-Commerce Could Offer More Hospitality 2  benjamin   2001-06-08 10:15:43 
Re: Report: Napster Downloads Fall 87 Percent Since February 3  Auntypizza   2001-06-08 09:22:31 
Re: Staying Pure in a Multichannel World 5  Gao dengyu   2001-06-07 19:24:34 
Re: For Online Shoppers, Some Battles Not Worth Fighting 2  Cyber Joe   2001-06-07 18:52:45 
Re: Tech Closure Cripples Entertainment E-Tailers 2  Mike Hyland   2001-06-07 18:06:17 

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