Stories by Luisa Bustos; The Industry Standard

New master for blue dog

Gas and electricity specialist, AGL has acquired retail telecommunications company, dingo blue in a deal worth $22 million.

Mystery surrounds Dstore's future

Dstore CEO David Gold has denied reports that major shareholders in the e-tailing venture met Sunday night to discuss the future of the company.

Privacy concerns holding back e-commerce

Almost half of Australia's top websites are collecting personal information without users actively providing the information, a survey of Australia's top 100 sites has revealed.

The dark side of the domain game

First a group of ISPs blocked customer access to Domain Names Authority of Australia for sending "misleading" letters. Now at least two more organisations are believed to be sending unsolicited renewal letters to domain-name holders.

HWW, Telstra in WAP deal

In a new deal, internet and media content provider HWW has extended its Web relationship with Telstra to include wireless applications.

Treasury fails privacy test

The need for more rigorous privacy protection measures by government departments has been highlighted by the Federal Privacy Commission's findings that the Treasury Department's GST Start-Up Assistance website breached Federal privacy laws.

BigFatRadio Axed from Airwaves

Internet radio station BigFatRadio has become one of the latest victims in a long line of dot-com casualties spawned from April's market correction.

Web Trek: The Search for SPOC

When the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games kick off next Wednesday, internet history will be made. For the first time ever at an Olympics or Paralympics, coverage of the Games will be streamed live over the internet.

Canteen ladies go digital

Canteen ladies are moving online with the launch of a browser-based online ordering and invoicing system for the New South Wales School Canteen Association and state-wide canteen managers.

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