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INTERNET

  • Mar 13 NHN Corp becomes Korea's top Internet portal (Asia Times)
  • Mar 10 LG, Intel Join Hands in Digital Home Network (Korea Times)
  • Mar 10 Personal data found on many used hard drives (Joins.com)
  • Mar 09 KTF, KorAm to Provide Mobile Banking Service Next Month (Korea Times)
  • Mar 09 An e-mail miracle for leukemia victim (Joins.com)
  • Mar 09 KT Corp exports broadband Internet to China (Asia Times)
  • Mar 08 Certificates of Real Estate Registration to Go Online (Korea Times)
  • Mar 08 KT Exports Broadband Software (Korea Times)
  • Mar 08 Hanaro ups marketing push against KT Corp. (Korea Herald)
  • Mar 07 Fixed-Line Competition Hatches Attractive Services (Korea Times)
  • Mar 05 U.S. Urged Korea to Adopt U.S.’ Wireless Internet Standard (Donga.com)
  • Mar 04 SK Telecom, Nortel to forge Internet alliance (Asia Times)
  • Mar 04 Park Geun-hye Shows Her Softer Side on the 'Net' (Chosun.com)
  • Mar 01 South Korea mulls spam curfew (The Register)
  • Feb 26 U.S. Plans Online Visa Application System (Donga.com)
  • Feb 26 Mobile banking race heating up (Korea Herald)
  • Feb 25 Government to Launch All-Out War Against Spam Mail (Chosun.com)
  • Feb 25 Yahoo Korea's New Search Engine (Korea Times)
  • Feb 25 It Will Be Impossible to Send Spam Mail Without Prior Consent (Donga.com)
  • Feb 22 In-flight Broadband Internet Service Due (Korea Times)
  • Feb 20 LaPorte Holds Debate With Korean Netizens (Asia Media)
  • Feb 19 KT to Provide Internet Service in Dokdo (Chosun.com)
  • Feb 19 Japanese Embassy Causes Stir Over 'East Sea' References on Website (Chosun.com)
  • Feb 17 Hanaro, Dacom Vie for 2nd Spot (Korea Times)
  • Feb 17 Webzen's Earnings Fall (Korea Times)
  • Feb 16 Korea adopts mobile Internet platform (Korea Herald)
  • Feb 15 More netizens hook into online games (China Daily)
  • Feb 15 Local E-Commerce Volume Shrinks for First Time (Korea Times)
  • Feb 13 Woori to Suspend Online Service (Korea Times)
  • Feb 13 Wireless Internet Service Becomes New Cash Cow (Korea Times)
  • Feb 13 Efforts Launched to Save Internet Cafes (Korea Times)
  • Feb 12 Internet site allegedly set up to arrange murders (Joins.com)
  • Feb 12 Korea Tops Internet Usage Rate (Korea Times)
  • Feb 12 Record Sales Boost Profits at Korea's Largest Online Game Maker (Chosun.com)
  • Feb 12 Korea Internet use nearly 30 m, over half the country (Asia Times)
  • Feb 11 Smugglers Via Internet Facing Crackdown (Korea Times)
  • Feb 11 Online Advertising Takes Off Despite Market Slowdown (Korea Times)
  • Feb 10 Ministry to extend reach of broadband Internet (Joins.com)
  • Feb 09 Innocentive Opens Bounty Web Site for Scientists (Korea Times)
  • Feb 09 Spammers here get a $55,000 dose of corrective medicine (Joins.com)
  • Feb 09 25 Spammers Given Fines for First Time (Korea Times)
  • Feb 03 Roh's daughter-in-law has home page (Korea Herald)
  • Feb 02 Roh son's wife shuts Web site (Joins.com)
  • Feb 02 Virus-Blocking Service Developed (Korea Times)
  • Feb 02 Cutoff of Internet porn upheld by Seoul court (Joins.com)
  • Feb 02 Website paralysed as MyDoom barrage begins (The Age)
  • Feb 02 Korean firm combats attack on computers (Joins.com)
  • Feb 01 Mydoom spreads, US-based software vendor SCO braces for onslaught (Channel News Asia)
  • Feb 01 Fears over drug deals on internet (The West Australian)
  • Jan 30 Seoul to Block NK Web Sites (Korea Times)
  • Jan 29 Computer Virus Spelling Doom for Record Number of Users (Chosun.com)
  • Jan 28 'Mydoom' Virus Hits Network (Korea Times)
  • Jan 28 Web-Users Soon Will Be Able to Accept Calls Over Internet (Chosun.com)
  • Jan 28 Internet Banking Popularity Grows in Korea (Chosun.com)
  • Jan 27 30% of Banking Business Done Via Internet (Korea Times)
  • Jan 27 'Mydoom' Virus Hits Network (Korea Times)
  • Jan 26 Cyber-casino lands Koreas in gambling war (Sydney Morning Herald)
  • Jan 25 NK Gambling Web Site Blocked (Korea Times)
  • Jan 21 KT seeks new growth engines (Korea Herald)
  • Jan 20 Add Web gambling to ways Korea stays divided (Toronto Star)
  • Jan 20 Pink Communication launches matchmaking site (Korea Herald)
  • Jan 20 Ahn Warns of Another Internet Breakdown (Korea Times)
  • Jan 20 Outlook turns positive for Internet firms (Korea Herald)
  • Jan 19 Computer Worm Warning Issued (Korea Times)
  • Jan 19 NK Online Gambling Site Sparks Interest (Korea Times)
  • Jan 19 Bagle worm snarls e-mail in the country (Joins.com)
  • Jan 19 Spam e-mail allegedly used to lure phone sex customers (Joins.com)
  • Jan 16 S. Korea, EU Agree on Closer Cooperation for Internet Techs (Chosun.com)
  • Jan 15 Broadband Market Reaches Saturation (Korea Times)
  • Jan 12 Hackers Crack Cyberspace (Korea Times)
  • Jan 12 Stamps and the Internet revive tension over island (Joins.com)
  • Jan 12 Korea-Japan Netizen “Cyber Dok-do War” (Donga.com)
  • Jan 09 Sale of broadband operator Thrunet delayed (Korea Herald)
  • Jan 09 A dot-com's earnings called a hopeful sign (Joins.com)
  • Jan 08 US puts South Korea on watch list over pirate movies and music (Channel News Asia)
  • Jan 08 US: S. Korea Soft On Pirates (CBS News)
  • Jan 08 Internet robbery band gets 4-year term (Korea Herald)
  • Jan 07 Books Free of VAT (Korea Times)
  • Jan 06 North shows Internet smarts (Joins.com)
  • Jan 06 Online Sales Increasing (Korea Times)
  • Jan 06 Netizens, Women Join 'Support Campaign' (Korea Times)
  • Jan 06 Samsung, 4 others set to stop digital pirates (Joins.com)
  • Jan 06 Daum Starts Online Insurance (Korea Times)
  • Jan 05 Online Consulting for Defaulters (Korea Times)
  • Jan 05 NK Firm Said to Contact Assembly Member's Web Site (Chosun.com)
  • Jan 05 MPMan.com obtains Chinese patent (Korea Herald)
  • Dec 29 North Korea discovers the internet (NEWS.com.au)
  • Dec 29 East Asian Initiative for IPv6 (Korea Times)
  • Dec 29 Hyundai Motor India to play key role in parent's growth plans (Economic Times)
  • Dec 28 Internet sales enjoy festive rush (BBC)
  • Dec 28 Pyongyang Goes Online, with Help from a German Investor (Chosun.com)
  • Dec 28 Internet Stopped Being Fun This Year (BizReport)
  • Dec 23 KT to beef up broadband profitability (Korea Herald)
  • Dec 22 Internet Portal Firms Seek Diversification (Korea Times)
  • Dec 22 Online sales outlook up for 2004 (Joins.com)
  • Dec 22 Asian Online Game Providers Rush to Nasdaq (Korea Times)
  • Dec 21 Internet Retailers Upbeat About Sales Hike in 1st Qtr (Korea Times)
  • Dec 20 Non-immigrant U.S. visa application offered online (Joins.com)
  • Dec 19 LG ends cash service over Internet, phone (Joins.com)
  • Dec 19 Internet scam warning (Melbourne Herald Sun)
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