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Subject:

RAIN 12/25: Holiday Update

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Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>

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Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>

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New York Times 12/22/00
Court rules on Year 2000 Claim
http://www.nytimes.com/2000/12/22/technology/22YEAR.html

By Barnaby J. Feder
In the first major legal ruling on insurance claims for expenses incurred
avoiding Year 2000 computer problems, a New York court has come down squarely
on the side of the insurance industry.
Justice Charles E. Ramos of State Supreme Court in Manhattan ruled on
Wednesday that the Xerox Corporation lost any right to pass on such expenses
to the American Guarantee and Liability Insurance Company because it waited
too long, working for three years and spending $138 million before notifying
the insurer.
In his decision, Justice Ramos wrote that Xerox's delay had deprived American
Guarantee of the chance to examine Xerox's hardware and software to determine
how much work was needed, if any, before it was carried out.



Akron Beacon Journal 12/22/00
Former Chiquita lawyer wants more Enquirer documents
http://www.ohio.com/bj/news/ohio/docs/021126.htm

by Joe Kay
Associated Press
CINCINNATI (AP) -- A former Chiquita lawyer demanded Thursday that The
Cincinnati Enquirer turn over full documents related to its settlement with
the banana company over a series of stories published in 1998.
George Ventura also wants access to material used to prepare the series that
questioned Chiquita's business practices.
The newspaper renounced the series a month after it was published and paid
Chiquita Brand International Inc. more than $10 million. It also made a
front-page apology, saying one of its reporters used unethical means to get
information for the stories.



West Virginia Gazette 12/22/00
Workman asks for contigency fund papers
http://www.wvgazette.com/news/Other+News/2000122224/

by Fanny Seiler
Former state Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman made sweeping requests
late Thursday to Gov. Cecil Underwood and other state officials for all of
their information about money disbursed by House of Delegates Speaker Bob
Kiss through Underwood's contingency fund.
Workman asked under the state Freedom of Information Act for all written
documents, e-mails and handwritten notes of oral communications concerning
the 098 account, as Workman referred to it in a recent lawsuit.
She sent similar requests via fax to Underwood's attorney, former Supreme
Court Justice John McCuskey and legislative lawyers for Kiss, D-Raleigh; and
Senate President Earl Ray Tomblin, D-Logan.



Winston-Salem Journal 12/22/00
Novant sues for land records from system that opposed new hospital
http://www.journalnow.com/news/local/local/northcarolina/public22.htm

Associated Press
CHARLOTTE
Charlotte's two hospital systems are going to court, with the private
system's parent suing the parent of public Carolinas Medical Center to obtain
some business records.
The lawsuit filed by the parent of Presbyterian Healthcare demands that the
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority turn over the records, citing the
state's public-records court decision.
The documents in question include those related to the authority's purchase
of property in Davidson and a wide range of other business operations.
The lawsuit follows the authority's opposition to Presbyterian's bid to build
a 60-bed hospital in Huntersville, said officials with Novant Health, based
in Winston-Salem, the parent of Presbyterian.



Connecticut Post 12/22/00
FBI seizes records in Bridgeport
http://www.ctnow.com/scripts/editorial.dll?fromspage=CG/articles/state.htm&cat

egoryid=&bfromind=557&eeid=3697528&eetype=article&render=y&ck=&userid=16967417

3&userpw=.&uh=169674173,2,&ver=2.11

Associated Press
BRIDGEPORT - Federal agents have seized documents and computers from a
prominent law firm, developer and architectural firm as part of a grand jury
investigation.
Agents using warrants signed by Senior U.S. District Judge Ellen Bree Burns
in New Haven conducted the searches and seizures Tuesday morning. No arrests
have been made.
The documents have been sealed from public view.
The seizures took place at the law offices of Willinger, Willinger & Bucci in
Bridgeport; United Properties in Fairfield and the Kasper Group Inc. in
Bridgeport, The Connecticut Post reported Thursday.



New York Times 12/23/00
Canada strengthens Internet Privacy
http://www.nytimes.com/2000/12/23/technology/23PRIV.html

by Timothy Pritchard
TORONTO, Dec. 22 - A new law to protect personal information disclosed
through electronic transactions will take effect in Canada on Jan. 1, and it
will eventually affect all domestic companies and those in the United States
that have Canadian subsidiaries.
Initially, the new law, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic
Documents Act, will cover only companies that are federally regulated -
mainly banks and airlines. But by 2004, anyone doing business in Canada must
comply.
Under the law, the consent of consumers would be required if their personal
information was used commercially - and it would be illegal to use data
gathered in the past without that consent. Consumers will also have the right
to review any information about them that is on file.



New York Times 12/22/00
Privacy heats up but doesn't boil over
http://www.nytimes.com/cnet/CNET_0_4_4238135_00.html

by Patricia Jacobus
CNET News.com
People who worried about privacy as they trolled the Internet this year got
little more than a chorus of promises from online marketers and law
enforcement.
Take Carnivore, the FBI's email-tapping tool, which monitors individuals
under investigation. Documents released this summer about the program
revealed that it was capable of targeting the innocent as well as the
accused.
Congress worried that Carnivore trampled constitutional rights, and U.S.
Attorney General Janet Reno quickly promised audits. But many institutions,
such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, declined to take part in
the auditing process because of restrictions placed on the scope of the
review affecting their independence.



Omaha World-Herald 12/24/00
Records-Transfer fee irks Alegent patients
http://new.omaha.com/index.atp?u_div=3&u_hdg=0&u_sid=50367

by Jeremy Olson
Ten bucks may not sound like much for a complete copy of your medical records
- you cannot even buy a good book or compact disc for that anymore.
But it was enough to infuriate some Omahans last month, when they were told
they would have to pay $10 for their personal medical records if they wanted
to stay with a group of doctors who are leaving the Alegent Health System.
It was not the amount that was upsetting. It was the demand for money in
exchange for intimate records for which people feel a sense of ownership.
Neil Doughty, 66, of Omaha was steamed by the $10 charge.



Ogden Standard-Examiner 12/23/00
Hacker's access to prison files limited
Investigation shows self-taught computer whiz accessed trivial information
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Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY -- Michael Moore, a model prison inmate and self-taught
computer whiz, was able to use his computer to breach prison security but
could access only trivial information, according to a state investigation.
Moore worked in the prison as a computer programmer until a routine security
check last April turned up questionable documents on his computer. Four days
later, facing almost certain revocation of his 2004 parole date, Moore, 43,
hanged himself by a bedsheet in his cell.
On Friday, prison officials said an eight-month internal investigation showed
that Moore had indeed broken prison rules and had some documents on his
computer he should not have had, but most were simple memos about Moore's
status and letters to the parole board supporting his release.



Washington Post 12/23/00
Egghead system hit by hacker
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A43037-2000Dec22.html

by Christopher Stern
The online computer goods shopping site Egghead.com announced yesterday that
a hacker had breached its security system during the holiday season and may
have gained access to credit-card information belonging to thousands of
customers.
The computer break-in was discovered earlier in the week, but Egghead.com has
yet to determine if the hacker actually downloaded any credit-card
information.
"There is nothing to indicate how much, if any, of the information has been
compromised," said Shoreen Maghame, a spokeswoman with Edelman Worldwide,
which is handling public relations for Egghead.com.



Wilmington News-Journal 12/25/00
Doll sale angers historical society
http://www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2000/12/25dolls.html

by Molly Murray
BRIDGEVILLE -- Six display cases at the Bridgeville Historical Society hold
the legacy of Anna D. Peters -- a large collection of dolls worth thousands
of dollars.
How much longer the dolls will stay in Bridgeville is in question.
The collection includes everything from rare, German-made porcelains with
real human hair to a miniature preacher at a lectern with a tiny brown Bible.
A smiling Shirley Temple with blond ringlets stands behind the glass. Raggedy
Anne and Andy and the ventriloquist dummy Charlie McCarthy are here, too.
The Woodbridge School District, which owns the dolls, has decided to sell
them and use the proceeds for a scholarship fund. The collection was
appraised in 1996 at $77,000.
"We all feel very betrayed about it," said Donald Kirby, curator with the
Bridgeville Historical Society.
But selling the dolls may not be that easy.



Washington Post 12/25/00
Software designer gets $15 million in funding
http://washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A46131-2000Dec23.html

by Nicholas Johnston
The Internet was supposed to bring about the paperless office, but any office
worker knows the amount of paper being used is as big as ever, as are the
problems inherent in sharing it with large organizations.
Digital Paper Corp. is one in a long line of companies through the years --
some successful, some not -- that have come up with a way to reduce the
paperwork burden in the modern office. Digital Paper designs software for
making large documents such as maps and blueprints available on the Web, as
well as tools to help users collaborate on changes to the documents.
The Alexandria company recently got some paper of its own, of the green
variety. A group of investors that included Columbia Capital and Aether
Capital, the venture unit of Aether Systems Inc., put $15 million into
Digital Capital.



Fort Worth Star Telegram 12/24/00
Agency set guidelines for Web accessibility
http://www.star-telegram.com/news/doc/1047/1:COMP13/1:COMP131224100.html

by D. Ian Hopper
Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Most federal agencies will have to redesign their Web sites
within the next six months to comply with guidelines issued Thursday that
will make the pages more accessible to people with disabilities.
The rules are designed to make it easier for the blind, the deaf and those
with other disabilities to use federal technology services such as Web sites
and databases.
"I think this is a truly significant step forward. It helps not only the
disabled, but all federal workers," said Sally Katzen, deputy director for
management at the White House's budget office and chairwoman of the federal
council of information technology officers. "This is where the federal
government should be."




Los Angeles Times 12/24/00
Paper
http://www.latimes.com/editions/orange/ocnews/20001224/t000122647.html

Paper has gone far beyond its original use as a writing material since being
invented in China in 105 A.D. With each person in the United States using
about 700 pounds of paper a year, paper is used in thousands of products
ranging from books and newspapers to money, construction materials and, of
course, election ballots in the United States. Learn about the history of
paper, explore the scientific processes of papermaking and recycling and
discover the impact of paper as historical record and versatile art form
through these direct links on The Times Launch Point Web site:
http://www.latimes.com/launchpoint



Spokane Spokesman-Review 12/24/00
Overwhelmed by scraps of paper? Get organized
http://www.spokesmanreview.com/news-story.asp?date=122400&ID=s899664

by Dave Barry
Miami Herald
Does this sound like you? You never have enough time.
You can't find anything. You're surrounded by random piles of paper --
unanswered letters, overdue bills, a ransom note dated last August (so that's
what happened to little Jason!).
If that describes your life, you need to make a New Year's resolution to get
organized. As Benjamin Franklin so aptly put it, in one of his pithy maxims:
"If a man be organized, then that man be a lot more organized than the man
whom do not be as organized as the first man I was talking about earlier in
this maxim." Or words to that effect. I have the exact quote around here
somewhere.



Yomiuri Shimbun 12/26/00
Ministry survey finds info on offenders mismanaged
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/newse/20001226wo22.htm

A Justice Ministry survey has found that the supervision of about 11,000
documents containing personal information relating to prison inmates and
juvenile offenders at reformatories has been carried out without legally
designated administrators, ministry officials said Monday.
In response to the findings of the survey, the ministry has issued a notice
to correctional institutions nationwide to reinforce their administrative
regulations concerning such documents, the officials said.
The ministry has asked the institutions to take such measures as designating
particular personnel to fill in the documents and oversee their storage, they
said.





Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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