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Is your privacy worth $19.95 a month?
Company launches Internet access that costs nothing, except a detailed dossier about you.
Dec. 22, 2 p.m. PT in The Net

Netscape ships Communicator beta
Netscape this weekend quietly posted the first public beta version of Communicator, days ahead of Monday's scheduled release date.
Dec. 22, 11:20 a.m. PT in The Net

No piracy policing by ISPs
A controversial treaty proposal to make ISPs and telephone carriers police their customers' activities is dropped at the WIPO conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
Dec. 20, 12:15 p.m. PT in The Net

Gates as high-tech diplomat
Microsoft's Bill Gates agrees to be a member of an advisory board that is developing Malaysia's high-technology corridor.
Dec. 20, 5:15 p.m. PT in Business

Cyberstudio to raise curtain
Golive plans to release Cyberstudio, a Web publishing tool that the company says will give NetObjects' Fusion a run for its money on the Mac side.
Dec. 20, 5:30 p.m. PT in Intranets

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Proginet released its HostOffice, a software suite that integrates IBM host environments with Microsoft BackOffice. The suite's six products integrate IBM System 390 mainframes and AS/400 midranges with Microsoft's Windows NT Server, SNA Server, SQL Server, Exchange, and Internet Information Server. Technical support through Web-based Proginet Oasis will be available January 1.

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