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Monday, February 21, 2005

Canadian privacy law and email harvesting

Two interesting slashdot posts this evening. One (the link above) discusses a ruling by the Canadian Privacy Commissioner that harvesting email addresses for spam violates PIPEDA. The second post reports that a Dutch computer scientist has written software that has solved 5 by 5 go, which is a serious leap forward for computer go.

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