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Decentralized file-sharing: total freedom on the Net?

Although people sometimes claim that file-sharing on decentralized systems such as Gnutella can never be stopped, a MIT Technology Review article argues that it will in fact be possible to control the Internet by a combination of international law and technological devices. In this case, net surfers and hackers should not waste time finding ways to get around the rules, but actively participate in the making of the rules that will govern Internet use in the future.

Artificial Life de-listed, offers new applications

Difficulties continue at the only publicly listed chatterbot company, Artificial Life. Their current stock has been de-listed from the NASDAQ stock exchange, and will now be traded on the Over The Counter bulletin board, as Artificial Life failed to meet the exchange's financial requirements.
In a separate announcement, the company is exploring new uses for its bot technology and algorithms in biotech, genomics and pharmaceutical applications. Demos of their simulations of cellular automata and plant growth can be found in the 'Technology' section of the Artificial Life web site.

Tracerlock introduces a news alert service

Tracerlock, the online monitoring service, is now also able to monitor keywords on hundreds of Internet news sites. When a story matches your query, you receive an alert by e-mail within 15 minutes. This news monitoring service is available for free on a trial basis until September 10 2001.
Tracerlock already lets registered users monitor search engines, Usenet newsgroups, stock prices and personal ads for specified keywords, and these services will remain free. It can also monitor specific URLs and alert you when changes take place.

An Orange networked house

Orange, the mobile telecommunications company, has set up a digital home in the UK to test ideas for the networked house of the future. All systems inside the house - heating, lighting, locks etc. - can be controlled from an Orange phone, wall panels, any web-connected computer and even by voice commands. Occupants of the house, which contains a whole range of intelligent, environment-friendly features, are filmed to see how they interact with the technology and to learn from this experience. At a cost of 2 million, however, this house isn't yet within everyone's reach...

An article about Orange's digital home:

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