With legal action threatening to burst the bubble for digital download music fans, subscription-based services are springing up across the Internet.
Embattled Internet music service provider MP3.com (Nasdaq: MPPP) suffered a legal setback Friday when a U.S. federal court ruled against the company in a copyright infringement lawsuit brought by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
MSNBC.com, the Internet's top-ranked general news site, announced Wednesday that it has signed a deal with eFANshop to add online shopping to its Sports channel.
In a concerted effort to spur the growth of e-commerce and other technology firms in the state, Maryland Governor Parris Glendening signed 12 technology initiatives into law Tuesday. The legislation is designed to provide new security and privacy protection for consumers and give law enforcement age...
The Clinton administration's new Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office held a series of meetings this week to remind IT professionals that the world is relying on U.S. companies for Internet security.
Though the Internet is not quite ready for prime time -- much less Hollywood -- Miramax Films announced Tuesday that it will be offering selected movies over the Internet for consumers to rent or buy. The decision follows a recent announcement from MGM that it will be opening the doors of its huge f...
Triple-digit growth in online sales of leisure travel services is probably over, but indications are strong that the business will continue to flourish, according to a new study from Jupiter Communications (Nasdaq: JPTR).
Data from a new geographic Internet usage report released by Nielsen//NetRatings (Nasdaq: NTRT) indicates that the pattern of Net usage in the top 20 U.S. markets does not correspond with population size.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce William Daley is treading a fine line between respecting China's approach to trade and telling the Communist country's leaders to copy the United States' successful e-commerce policy in order to gain entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO).
President Clinton issued a "National Call to Action" Tuesday to combat the "digital divide" between people who have computer access and knowledge and those who do not.
At the urging of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), two of the Internet's largest auction houses, Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) and eBay, Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY), have agreed to assist consumers by including CPSC product recall information on their sites.
A recent survey by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) shows that almost 40 percent of computer users aged 45 and older lack the confidence to shop for goods and services online.
7-Eleven, Inc. (Nasdaq: SVEV) is using a new $540 million (US$) capital injection from IYG Holding Co. to roll out kiosks in its U.S. stores that will eventually enable those outlets to act as distributors for online merchants.
Research firm International Data Corp. (IDC) is projecting that online bill presentment and payment will generate more than $1 billion (US$) in worldwide revenues by 2004.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced Thursday that 150 organizations in 28 nations have pledged to join forces to tackle Internet fraud.
Despite the likelihood that the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce (ACEC) will fail to achieve a consensus after months of rancorous debate, both houses of the U.S. Congress are now considering the formation of a similar body to examine online privacy issues.
The Clinton administration has announced plans to send a bill to the U.S. Congress that would require online drug retailers to be licensed in the state in which they reside and post basic operational information on their Web sites.
With one of Congress' most active and vocal Internet advocates scheduled to leave Capitol Hill in November, Republicans and Democrats are already scrambling for the powerful chairmanship of the House Commerce Committee.
In an unprecedented effort to attract and hold on to key employees, Andersen Consulting has announced that it will invest $200 million (US$) in e-commerce related companies on behalf of its employees and add an additional $100 million each year.
The state of Virginia has enacted a controversial new Internet commerce law designed to affirm individual contracting parties' rights to set their own rules for contractual electronic transactions.