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  Spyware Weekly Newsletter > June 24, 2003
Since June 10, someone has been distributing a browser hijack that spawns an offscreen pop up window which opens a page at datanotary.com.
The official People's Daily said on June 8 that 108 Falungong followers in Hebei province had been arrested for spreading rumours that hindered the Government's bid to control Sars, but did not state how those rumours were spread.
On Tuesday, June 17, EFF sent a letter to the California State Assembly opposing legislation that endorses the use of biometrics for identification purposes.
www.spywareinfo.com /newsletter/archives/june-2003/24.php   (2311 words)

  
 Ed Driscoll.com: June 2003 Archives
By Ed Driscoll · June 30, 2003 10:53 PM ·
By Ed Driscoll · June 30, 2003 08:37 PM ·
By Ed Driscoll · June 25, 2003 02:17 PM · Muggeridge's Law
www.eddriscoll.com /archives/2003_06.php   (11860 words)

  
 The Baseball Analysts: June 2003 Archives
Given that the season is now nearly half over, I thought it would be worthwhile to examine how Baldelli is performing and check who the closest comparables may be at this point.
Rocco bruised his knee a couple of weeks ago, but his poor production this month is more a function of not putting the ball in play coupled with a decline of almost 200 points in his batting average on BIP from his April level than anything else.
DiMaggio is interesting in that he is the only player on any of the above lists with a BB total equal to or lower than Baldelli's in the comparable year.
www.baseballanalysts.com /archives/2003/06/index.php   (1773 words)

  
 Satan's Laundromat: June 2003
UPDATE: According to the author of the story, it was a bureaucratic mistake.
Also, listen for me (and more on the mob) on NPR's All Things Considered on Friday, June 20.
I've finally seen the complete set of Shandell Blitz subway ads -- you know, the ones that show victims of negligence deliriously happy about their terrible fates, because they know that these ambulance-chasers are about to win them big settlements.
www.satanslaundromat.com /sl/archives/2003_06.html   (924 words)

  
 Book Review section of Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Book Reviews. Vol. 2, No. 1, January - June 2003
2, No. 1, January - June 2003 > Complete Index of Book Reviews > Book 1: The Nobel Scientists (You are here)
Volume 2, Number 1, January - June 2003
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL REVIEWS APPEARING IN THIS ONLINE JOURNAL ARE COPYRIGHTED BY "ANIL AGGRAWAL'S INTERNET JOURNAL OF BOOK REVIEWS" AND MAY NOT BE REPOSTED, REPRINTED OR OTHERWISE USED IN ANY MANNER WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE WEBMASTER
www.geradts.com /anil/br/vol_002_no_001/reviews/books/page001.html   (1908 words)

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