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Subject:

RAIN 09/04: Weekend Update Part 1

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Calgary Herald 8/30/01
RCMP seize computer files from Ontario premier's office over Walkerton
inquiry
http://www.southam.com/calgaryherald/newsnow/cpfs/national/010830/n083093.ht
ml

by Colin Perkel
Canadian Press
TORONTO (CP) - RCMP investigators acting for the judicial inquiry into
Canada's deadly E. coli disaster have again searched Ontario Premier Mike
Harris's office in a move that could extend an already lengthy set of public
hearings.
The latest search, which included the provincial government's cabinet
office, was conducted over a three-day period that ended last Saturday, lead
commission lawyer Paul Cavalluzzo said Thursday.


Newsbytes8/30/01
California E-mail privacy bill clears legislature
http://www.newsbytes.com/news/01/169603.html

by Robert MacMillan
A bill that would prevent employers from reading their underlings'
communications on work e-mail addresses passed the California State Assembly
today and now awaits Gov. Gray Davis', D, signature.
A Davis spokesman, however, said Davis' blessing on the legislation is
unlikely.
The bill, originally sponsored in the State Senate by Debra Bowen, passed
the Assembly in a 43-22 vote.


Associated Press 8/30/01
Certifying a certificate
http://www.newsobserver.com/thursday/sports/Story/815472p-810383c.html

by Andres Cala
MOCA, Dominican Republic -- A public records expert trekked to this remote
farming town Wednesday to determine once and for all whether star Little
League pitcher Danny Almonte is 12 or 14.
Conflicting documents about Almonte's age have surfaced this week, even as
he and his teammates were honored with a parade through the Bronx and a
celebration at Yankee Stadium for their play at the Little League World
Series.
The search by a Dominican Republic government official entails thumbing
through books of birth records, verifying the identity numbers of the
witnesses who signed the documents and perhaps finding and interviewing
those who notarized them years ago.


News Journal Online 8/30/01
Court struggles with birth certificates for babies carried by surrogate
mothers
http://www.news-journalonline.com/2001/Aug/30/NOTE3.htm

BOSTON -- A month after they were born, a baby boy and his twin sister still
have no birth certificates. The paperwork is being held up in a dispute that
could change the legal definition of "mother" in Massachusetts.
In Massachusetts and many other states, only the woman who gives birth is
presumed to be the mother and can have her name on the original birth
certificate. The law does not address instances in which women become
mothers by having their embryos implanted in a surrogate.


New York Times 8/29/01
Cowboys and Indians vie, politely, for a museum
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/08/29/arts/design/29SOUT.html

by James Sterngold
Los Angeles, Aug 28 -- It is hard to avoid an almost electrical surge of
emotion when browsing in the storerooms of the Southwest Museum here, which
has one of the country's leading collections of American Indian artifacts.
The floors are concrete and the shelves cold steel, but everywhere there are
signs of a vivid, hand-crafted world humming with an inner life, lost but
for many of these objects.


Christian Science Monitor 8/30/01
Double trouble could be solved by copyrighting your DNA
http://www.csmonitor.com/2001/0830/p12s3-lire.html

Reuters
LONDON - If you think you see Madonna or Nelson Mandela walking down the
street, better look twice.
A San Francisco company is offering the chance to copyright DNA, warning the
rich and famous that fans may be eager to clone them.
In theory, all that is needed to clone a celebrity is a few living cells,
perhaps left on a glass or passed on by a handshake.
The company, DNA Copyright Institute (DCI), is offering to record DNA, check
its authenticity, and store it - all for $1,500.



Danville Advocate-Messenger 8/30/01
LaPalme records trigger state audit
http://www.amnews.com/PageDisplayer.cfm?Mode=SearchResults&ArticleID=1898

HARRODSBURG--Business records of Mark LaPalme, the born-again Christian who
has come under fire for violating local zoning and building codes after
opening his home to the needy, have triggered state Revenue Cabinet audits
of M and M Motors' tangible tax records.


Reuters 8/29/01
Digital copyright review seeks some changes
http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/nm/20010829/wr/tech_copyright_dc_1.html

by Tim Dobbyn
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A study released on Wednesday on how revised U.S.
copyright law is working in the digital age recommends some legislative
changes to clarify fair use by purchasers of legal copies.
But the U.S. Copyright Office study did not find sufficient evidence for a
digital provision in that part of traditional copyright law that allows the
owner of a legal copy of a work to sell or give it away.



Boston Globe 8/29/01
Now everybody can be a spy
http://digitalmass.boston.com/news/2001/08/29/x10.html

by D.C. Denison and Stephanie Stoughton
Peter Karlson, a Boston-area technology executive, bought an X10 wireless
color video camera shortly after he drove up the driveway to his Cape Cod
vacation house and discovered that a fallen tree had been leaning on his
garage for a whole week. Now he has two X10 cameras so he can monitor his
Cape house from a computer in his Boston-area home.



Connecticut Post 8/3/01
FOI official rejects bids for Jovin files
http://www.connpost.com/S-ASP-Bin/Ref/Index.ASP?puid=6773&spuid=6773&Indx=10
62328&Article=ON&id=1385227&ro=12

AP
HARTFORD (AP) -- The police file in the murder of Yale University student
Suzanne Jovin should remain sealed from the public, a hearing officer for
the state Freedom of Information Commission has ruled.
In her report to the full commission, Barbara Housen writes that divulging
the contents of the investigative file could taint continuing efforts to
solve the 1998 killing.
The full FOI panel will consider her findings in September.



Honolulu Star-Bulletin 8/29/01
HMSA riles groups over access to health records of doctors
http://starbulletin.com/2001/08/29/news/story4.html

by Lynn Danninger
Two statewide physician groups say the state's largest health insurer,
Hawaii Medical Service Association, is crossing the line of personal privacy
to credential doctors.
The insurance company has quietly added wording to a standard form that
would give it access to doctors' personal medical records, normally accorded
a high degree of legal protection.



Detroit News 8/30/01
Judge blocks U.S. from police files
http://www.detnews.com/2001/metro/0108/30/b02-282079.htm

by Hawke Fracassa
DETROIT -- A police union has won a temporary restraining order from a Wayne
Circuit judge stopping the city from giving its members personnel files to
the federal authorities who are investigating the department.
The order by Judge Gershwin A. Drain also prevents U.S. Department of
Justice investigators through at least Sept. 7 from examining documents used
in Internal Affairs investigations of members of the Lieutenants and
Sergeants Association of the Detroit Police Department.



Modesto Bee 8/30/01
Online privacy offenses claimed
http://www.modbee.com/workmoney/story/725780p-786766c.html

by Tony Pugh
Knight Ridder Newspapers
WASHINGTON -- Many banks, mortgage brokers and insurance companies fail to
fully inform online customers of their privacy rights, an online privacy
group reported Wednesday. Some pass their online customers' financial
information to telemarketers, travel agents, credit card vendors and junk
mail-generating retailers without the customers' knowledge or permission.



Associated Press 8/29/01
Navy changes record on WWII ship
http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/ap/20010829/pl/uss_eagle_sinking_3.html

by Melissa B. Robinson
WASHINGTON (AP) - For more than half a century, the Navy said a boiler was
to blame for an explosion that sank the USS Eagle PE-56 within sight of the
Maine coast, killing 49 sailors. But now the Navy is rewriting the Eagle's
record to reflect what survivors said all along: A torpedo from a German
submarine sank the ship.
The new evidence was presented to Navy Secretary Gordon England, who in June
ruled that the sinking was due to enemy attack. The change means those who
died or were seriously injured will get Purple Hearts.



Palatka Daily News 8/30/01
SJRCC going online for student, staff records, registration
http://www.palatkadailynews.com/pages/08302001/sjrcc.html

by Jennifer Thomas
PALATKA  For the first time, local college students will be able to
register for classes and access academic records online.
Testing of online registration at St. Johns River Community College could
begin next semester.
Dr. Shann Purinton, SJRCC student affairs vice president, said Wednesday the
function should be fully available by the summer A session in 2002.



www.CRMDaily.com 8/29/01
Privacy and personalization - can't have one without the other
http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/nf/20010829/tc/13189_1.html

by Kimberly Hill
In years past, someone buying a book on, say, a radical political subject
could do so in relative anonymity. Today, however, that customer might buy
the book with a credit card, through an online site or via a frequent
customer program, all of which can track purchase information in a personal
profile.
Companies want to collect as much information about customers as possible
and make the most profitable uses of it. Consumer advocates want to
guarantee that individuals' information remains private and that people are
not harmed by its use. To many, these appear to be opposing and
irreconcilable goals. Chris Hoofnagle, legislative council with the
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), told CRMDaily.com that a
fundamental problem with personalization is introducing identity into areas
where it is not normally found.



Reuters 8/30/01
Qwest, GE make medical data deal
http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1004-200-7016697.html?tag=lh

NEW YORK--Voice and data services company Qwest Communications International
said on Thursday it formed an exclusive, multiyear agreement with a General
Electric unit to provide hospitals with a way to store and retrieve
electronic medical data, such as X-rays, at near instantaneous speeds.



Info World 8/16/01
Research: ASPs to burn bright in U.S. health care sector
http://www.infoworld.com/articles/hn/xml/01/08/16/010816hnhealthcare.xml

by Brian Fonseca
DESPITE STUNTED GROWTH and sagging fortunes in traditional IT market arenas,
Gartner Dataquest Thursday said ASPs (application service providers) can
expect strong growth in the outsourcing-hungry U.S. health care sector in
the next four years.



InfoWorld 8/30/01
Researchers toy with 'parasitic' computing
http://www.infoworld.com/articles/hn/xml/01/08/30/010830hnparasite.xml

by Gillian Law
WHY USE YOUR own computer when you can make use of other people's?
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame, in Indiana, have demonstrated
"parasitic" computing -- using other people's servers to do your own
processing, they said in an article in this week's Nature magazine.



Wired 8/29/01
Skylarov plea-bargain bid fails
http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,46398,00.html

AP
SAN JOSE, California -- A Russian computer programmer and his employer have
been charged with five counts of copyright violations for writing a program
that let consumers get around protections imposed by electronic-book
publishers.
If convicted, Dmitry Sklyarov, 27, could face up to five years in prison for
each count in the federal indictment and fined $250,000. ElcomSoft Co. Ltd.
of Moscow could be fined $500,000 if convicted.



Associated Press 8/29/01
Study: online banks don't block data
http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/ap/20010829/tc/financial_privacy_1.html

by Marcy Gordon
AP Business Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Many banks that let people open accounts and pay bills
online still make customers do things the old-fashioned way, by paper, when
they ask for limits on sharing of their personal financial data, a new study
by a privacy advocacy group shows.



The Mercury 8/29/01
Firms sign to spy on 'sickies'
http://www.themercury.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5936,2707001%255E421,0
0.html

by Jane Williams
A "SICKIE" register has been established so companies can check the sick
leave history of their potential employees.
More than 1800 workers have been listed on the register set up by a
Queensland labour hire company, Wayne and Diana's Employment Service.



The Phoenix 8/30/01
Borough adopts new resolution
http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=2288909&BRD=1673&PAG=461&dept_id=1
7915&rfi=6

by Tony Roberts
PHOENIXVILLE - The borough Personnel and Policy Committee voted 4-2 Monday
to adopt a new Right to Know Resolution for distributing public documents to
the public.
Council members John Messina (D-North) and Karen Johns (D-East) voted
against the measure, which will go before council at its meeting on
September 11. Johns said she feared the new measures, which increase costs
for document requests that take more time to process, will discourage the
public from asking for documents.



The Register 8/29/01
Sysadmin spy left digital trail
http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/6/21327.html

by Kevin Poulsen
The FBI investigation that lead to last week's arrest of a former Air Force
sergeant on espionage charges had more in common with a modern Internet
hacker hunt than a John le Carre novel, court records show.


The Union Leader 8/30/01
Request to see Nashua police files rejecteds
http://www.theunionleader.com/articles_show.html?article=4926

by Peter Carvelli
NASHUA - A judge last week denied two motions filed by a former Nashua
police sergeant who wanted access to the department's internal affairs files
and to question Chief Donald Gross under oath.
Ronald Scaccia, 43, of Merrimack, a 19-year police department veteran, was
fired at the request of Gross by the Nashua Police Commission in May. He is
charged with two misdemeanor assault charges for an incident that allegedly
occurred while booking a city man last August.



The Age 8/3/01
Investigation finds NSW MP didn't hack
http://www.theage.com.au/breaking/2001/08/30/FFX2PAKFZQC.html

AAP
NSW Labor MP Tony Kelly has been cleared of any criminal activity by police
investigating alleged computer hacking at state parliament.
Forensic testing had found "certain programs" on his computer, but these
were more likely to have been used to test its security rather than for
hacking, a police report said.


Washington Post 8/30/01
Up to 40,000 U.S. tax returns lost at Pa. Facility
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A16231-2001Aug29.html

by Albert B. Crenshaw
As many as 40,000 federal tax returns and tax payment checks totaling more
than $800 million from New England and upstate New York have been lost or
destroyed at a processing center operated by a Pittsburgh bank for the
Internal Revenue Service, Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.), chairman of the Senate
Finance Committee, said yesterday.





Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Manager, Records Management Group
Woodside Summit Group Inc
Midlothian, Virginia
Office: 804-744-1247 x23
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