|Sept. 5, 2000
12:30 PM ET.
Alert No. 13.
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published an announcement in its web site that "its agreements
with the United States Government will be extended for up to one
year." See, release.
8/31. The NTIA
released the agenda
for its Sept. 19 Online Privacy Technologies Workshop.
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|New TLJ Stories
Sues Broadcom for Patent Infringement. Intel filed a
complaint against Broadcom in federal court in Delaware alleging
patent infringement. Intel also sued Broadcom last March for
misappropriation of trade secrets.
Permits Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Devices in the 2.4 GHz
Band. The FCC amended its rules to allow frequency hopping
spread spectrum systems in the 2.4 GHz band. The goal is to allow
wider bandwidths so that Internet devices will operate at higher
data speeds, thereby enabling the development of new and improved
products such as wireless computer local area networks and wireless
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