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NetFlash: Arrest warrant issued for former Symbol CEO

Opinion
Jun 10, 20042 mins
Networking

* Arrest warrant issued for former Symbol CEO * DOJ won't appeal telecom network-sharing ruling * Pharmaceutical industry banking identity standard on PKI * CipherTrust unveils reputation-based e-mail filtering tool * Today on Layer 8

Everyone’s innocent until proven guilty, but nothing says more about your guilt or innocence than fleeing to your native Croatia. Former Symbol Technologies CEO Tomo Razmilovic has a Interpol warrant out for his arrest; meanwhile, other Symbol execs are facing their fraud charges here in the U.S. Arrest warrant issued for former Symbol CEO http://www.nwfusion.com/news/2004/0609arreswarra.html?net

Everyone’s innocent until proven guilty, but nothing says more about your guilt or innocence than fleeing to your native Croatia. Former Symbol Technologies CEO Tomo Razmilovic has a Interpol warrant out for his arrest; meanwhile, other Symbol execs are facing their fraud charges here in the U.S.

Arrest warrant issued for former Symbol CEO

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2004/0609arreswarra.html?net

DOJ won’t appeal telecom network-sharing ruling

A U.S. Court of Appeals threw out much of the FCC’s triennial review, and the U.S. Solicitor General has decided not to appeal that decision to the Supreme Court. Carriers, of course, live and die by these rulings. Find out who wins and who loses now that this decision has been made.

https://www.nwfusion.com/edge/news/2004/0609usdoj.html?net

Pharmaceutical industry banking identity standard on PKI

Leading companies and agencies within the biopharmaceutical industry Wednesday released a proposed standard based on PKI for securing documents with digital signatures in an effort to satisfy regulatory requirements.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2004/0609pharm.html?net

CipherTrust unveils reputation-based e-mail filtering tool

E-mail security vendor CipherTrust Monday announced Version 4.1 of its IronMail gateway appliance that includes a reputation-based authentication tool designed to weed out spam by identifying “good” senders.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2004/0609cipher.html?net

Today on Layer 8, not terribly handy, but mighty dandy:

The coolest network we’ve ever seen; feds have good news on the IT job front; and the one time it’s OK to drive while talking on your cell; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.

https://www.nwfusion.com/weblogs/layer8/?net

Network World Fusion Radio: IP Conferencing

This week we take a look at IP conferencing technology, including voice, video and Web, with Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Jim Regan. IP Conferencing is growing, but there are still some barriers to adoption. We look at those as well as the driving forces behind the ultimate transition to pure IP conferencing. Listen now:

https://www.nwfusion.com/research/2004/0610radio.html?net