Interop: Network access control isn't cooked yetScanning PCs before they are allowed network access is technology that will take another two years before it is mature, according to speakers at an Interop session Monday. Click here for details.See all our Interop coverageHigher ed fears wiretapping lawInstitutions of higher education are up in arms over an FCC ruling on wiretapping they say could cost them billions of dollars in upgrades, expose their networks to more attacks, and jeopardize rights to privacy and freedom of speech. Click here for more.Visto sues RIM for patent infringementBlackBerry users have another patent lawsuit to worry about. Just weeks after their service was nearly shut down by a lawsuit brought by NTP, the wireless e-mail devices are now being threatened by legal action brought by software provider Visto. Click here for more.Nortel restatements even larger than anticipatedNortel this week said it completed restatements of $1.5 billion in inappropriately reported revenue for the years ended 2003 and 2004, and the first nine months of 2005. Click here for more.SANS Institute updates list of 'Top 20 Internet Security Vulnerabilities'SANS Institute Monday updated its list of \u201cTop 20\u201d vulnerabilities discovered in products or types of exploits and attacks that threaten users on the Internet. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, where drinks are always half-price:Nintendo begs for ridicule; man puts jet engine in VW; what is Fox thinking buying these 'Net start-ups?; and the start of our latest Weekly Caption Contest - and you won't want to miss it, trust us; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.