LLRX.com update for June 1, 2001
- Highlights of selected new content on LLRX.com for June 1, 2001
**My Kingdom for An Effective Internet Policy!
**Navigating the Maze of Online Criminal Records Retrieval - An Update
**CongressLine: Anti-Spam Legislation Hits Its Stride
**Web Critic: OMB Watch Surveys State Legislative Sites; A Closer Look at
**The Internet Roundtable #21: A Continuing Discussion of Law Firm Marketing on
Jerry Lawson, Brenda Howard and Dennis Kennedy discuss: Bells and Whistles for
e-commerce features, ASP applications and more.
**LLRX Latest Links
-Campbell R. Harvey's Hypertextual Finance Glossary
-Guide to Life Inside the European Union
-Locating the Law
-National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
-Stanford Securities Class Action Clearinghouse
-Value Line Dow 30 Reports
**Editor's Featured Site:
Billed as "the portal of independents," NewPages' resources include selected
groups of links to: independent publishers, alternative periodicals,
independent bookstores, alternative newsweeklies, university presses, review
resources, and lots more. The site is no frills, its content straight-forward
with brief annotations, and most lists are arranged alphabetically. There is
also an interesting Weblog on a wide range of topics including libraries,
media, book reviews, music, culture, etc.
**LLRX Newstand - Updated Daily
Free Internet Content: Too Good to Be True?
Advocates Want Privacy on U.S. Priority List
Battle Brews Over Web Streaming
Identity Thieves Thrive in Information Age
Motorola Files Spam Lawsuit
MPAA Files Brief in 2nd Circuit Against DVD-DeCSS
Another Suit Jogs the Industry's Memory of Napster
Child Proofing the Net Still an Unsettled Issue
Internet Founder Worried Over EU Cybercrime Plans
Company Subpoenas Threaten Free Flow of Ideas on the Web
**Ask the Research Guide
Q: How many Boeing 747's have crashed in the U.S. in the past 5 years?
A: See the "Airplanes" entry in Zimmerman�s Research Guide