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INTERNET

  • Jun 04 Dot-com founders aren’t boss (Joins.com)
  • Jun 03 Web logs turn into marketing tools for firms (Joins.com)
  • Jun 03 Controversy Expected over Online Sex Game (Chosun.com)
  • Jun 03 Synchronous Internet Connection, in Living Room and Bedroom (Donga.com)
  • May 30 Women in their 30s the Biggest Customers of Internet Shopping Mall (Chosun.com)
  • May 30 Asia and the online games it plays (Asia Times)
  • May 29 Legal clouds hang over some Web sites (Joins.com)
  • May 28 Army reveals existence of cyber commandos (Joins.com)
  • May 27 N. Korean Military Hackers Conduct War in Cyberspace (Chosun.com)
  • May 27 Daehan News Memories to be Saved on Internet (Chosun.com)
  • May 27 84.4 Percent of Office Workers Use Internet Messengers (Chosun.com)
  • May 26 IBM Seeking to Expand Linux Applications in Korea (Korea Times)
  • May 21 Hacker Uses Korean Computers to Hack U.S Air Force Space Command (Chosun.com)
  • May 19 New music albums go mobile (Joins.com)
  • May 19 Online calls to get a boost (Joins.com)
  • May 18 Cosmetics remain big sellers on Web (Joins.com)
  • May 17 Korea's cat-and-mouse with piracy (CNET)
  • May 16 Korea to Launch e-Asia Fund (Korea Times)
  • May 14 Firms show off newest games (Joins.com)
  • May 14 Unbearable trading leads ministry to act (Joins.com)
  • May 13 N.h Korean defectors pressured to shut down broadcasts (Korea Hearld)
  • May 13 Game Market Continues to Grow (Chosun.com)
  • May 13 Bear Paws Listed on Internet Auction Site (Korea Times)
  • May 11 Online Games at World Expo (Korea Times)
  • May 11 Spam, Viruses Make Up 90 Percent of Korean Email (Chosun.com)
  • May 11 Military secrets exposed on the Web (Joins.com)
  • May 10 Ministry to get police power to combat cyber crime (Korea Herald)
  • May 09 Cyber Mall Sales Up 6.2 Percent (Korea Times)
  • May 09 Cyber Crimes by Teens Surge (Korea Times)
  • May 07 Police at Odds With Ministry Over Cyber Crime Investigation (Korea Times)
  • May 05 Broadband operators told to widen services (Korea Herald)
  • May 05 Father Charged for Abandoning Children (Korea Times)
  • May 05 Food & beverage firms market via Internet (Korea Herald)
  • May 03 Broadband World Forum 2004: Invitation to Futuristic Internet (Korea Times)
  • May 03 Broadband Changing Ways of Interaction (Korea Times)
  • May 03 Consumers flock to online shopping mall (Korea Herald)
  • May 02 Broadband World Forum Opens in Seoul on Monday (Korea Times)
  • May 02 Online Shopping Growth Continue Despite Slump (Korea Times)
  • Apr 30 Info Minister Issues Online Worm Warning (Korea Times)
  • Apr 30 More drivers opt to buy their insurance online (Joins.com)
  • Apr 29 Mass-Mailing Worms Mutants Strike Back (Korea Times)
  • Apr 29 Home Network-Enabled Apartments (Korea Times)
  • Apr 29 SK Telecom cash service is victimized by hackers (Joins.com)
  • Apr 27 Korean Air to offer in-flight Web access (Korea Herald)
  • Apr 26 Clothing Becomes the Most Sold Item on the Internet (Chosun.com)
  • Apr 23 KT to launch advanced search system (Korea Herald)
  • Apr 22 Video telephone service on tap by 2 Internet firms (Joins.com)
  • Apr 21 4 arrested for distributing link to adult sites (Joins.com)
  • Apr 20 SKT considers jump in wireless LAN business (Korea Herald)
  • Apr 15 Three Commit Suicide After Meeting on Internet (Korea Times)
  • Apr 15 Anti-Virus Alerts Snowball (Korea Times)
  • Apr 14 Web-based politicking hits a peak (Joins.com)
  • Apr 14 Foreigners may pay income tax online (Korea Hearld)
  • Apr 13 Online Income Tax Reporting Due From May (Korea Times)
  • Apr 13 Internet Service Via Power Lines Set for October (Chosun.com)
  • Apr 13 Credit Cards to Require Identification Confirmation (Donga.com)
  • Apr 13 Companies prefer reporting taxes online (Joins.com)
  • Apr 13 Online Credit Card Issuance Banned (Korea Times)
  • Apr 12 Internet Firms Ally to Tap China's Potential Profits (Chosun.com)
  • Apr 12 New Election Campaign in Digital World (Donga.com)
  • Apr 12 New Internet Anti-Libel Law Unenforceable For Now: NEC (Chosun.com)
  • Apr 12 Internet firms race to tap China market (Korea Herald)
  • Apr 11 RealNetworks gears up for online music market (Joins.com)
  • Apr 10 Election law violations abound on Internet (Korea Herald)
  • Apr 09 Voters cool to online campaigns (Joins.com)
  • Apr 04 Internet Broadcaster Ordered to Correct Election Report (Korea Times)
  • Apr 02 EBS lectures off to steady start (Korea Herald)
  • Apr 02 A CJ subsidiary eyes Internet game maker (Joins.com)
  • Apr 02 Internet revolutionizes campaign (Korea Herald)
  • Apr 01 Police begin crackdown on Internet on ID forgers (Joins.com)
  • Mar 31 Cyber Sleuths Set to Troubleshoot Network During EBS Cyber Lectures (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 31 NEC Issued a Warning to the Internet Media (Donga.com)
  • Mar 30 Dasan Networks to be sold to Siemens (Asia Times)
  • Mar 29 Foreign Workers Make DLP Web Site Popular (Korea Times)
  • Mar 28 Internet Cuts Costs As Employers Outsource Workforce Overseas (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 28 President's E-Mail Box Overflowing with Voter Solidarity (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 26 South Korea Launches Internet Training Centers in Southern Iraq (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 25 Koreans discover brave new world of 'blog' (Korea Herald)
  • Mar 25 NEC Took First Restraint over the Internet Websites (Donga.com)
  • Mar 24 KT Launches Trial Internet Roaming Service in Japan (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 23 “Yahoo!” Upgrades Internet Search Function (Donga.com)
  • Mar 23 Internet Members Commit Suicide Together (Donga.com)
  • Mar 22 Korean Mobile Internet Tech to Be Global Standard (Korea Times)
  • Mar 22 Lufthanza Offers Online Discount (Korea Times)
  • Mar 21 User of Online Banking Will Have to Pay for Certificates (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 21 Korean firm honored for best home page (Joins.com)
  • Mar 21 Online Socializing Not for Everyone (AP)
  • Mar 19 Korea to Halve Spams This Year (Korea Times)
  • Mar 19 User of Online Banking Will Have to Pay for Certificates (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 19 Daum to move office to Jeju Island (Korea Herald)
  • Mar 19 Nasty Bagle Variants Running Amock (Korea Times)
  • Mar 19 Mutant variation of worm easy to spread (Joins.com)
  • Mar 18 Parents learn Internet piracy from kids: survey (AFP)
  • Mar 18 New Computer Virus Reaches Korea (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 16 Lawless Cyberspace to Be Strictly Controlled (Donga.com)
  • Mar 16 Internet Users Take Impeachment Debate to New Lows (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 15 Alert Heightened on Cyber Terror (Korea Times)
  • Mar 15 Nortel, Hauri Join Forces to Combat Viruses, Hackers (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 15 Naver knocks Daum from top in portal wars (Joins.com)
  • Mar 14 Internet Users Circulate Lists of Pro-Impeachment Lawmakers (Chosun.com)
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