Charny, Ben. E-mail tracking firm says it didn't know of H-P link. MarketWatch Oct. 3, 2006.

E-mail tracking firm says it didn't know of H-P link - MarketWatch Interesting anecdote to HP story that's been in the news ... they used ReadNotify (software that tracks whether a message has been read, even when sent across the Internet) in an attempt to spy on a reporter ... the rest is history. David

Some Doctors Work by E-mail; Pay, Privacy Issues Stop Others. The Pueblo Chieftain. Oct. 3, 2006.

The Pueblo Chieftain Online - Pueblo, Colorado U.S.A Discussion of new study concerning physician-patient e-mail correspondence ... by the Center for Studying Health System Change in Washington. Less than 25% of US physicians use e-mail for patient communications (no surprise). Also cites a poll by HarrisInteractive Health Care in which 80% of online Americans would like to communicate with their physicians via e-mail. David

Holland, C.C. E-Mail Analytics Eases Burden of Discovery. Law.com. Oct. 3, 2006.

Legal Technology - E-Mail Analytics Eases Burden of Discovery: "E-Mail Analytics Eases Burden of Discovery" According to MIT's Center for Technology, Policy, and Industrial Development, 50 percent of the evidence in court cases is e-mail, and U.S. companies spend $4.6 billion a year to analyze it. David

Bulgaria's Observer Ready to Step Back on Slighting E-mail. Sofia News Agency. Oct. 3, 2006.

Bulgaria: Bulgaria's Observer Ready to Step Back on Slighting E-mail E-mail popping up as evidence in Bulgaria ... David


Balz, Dan & Jim Vandehei. Anger grows over e-mail scandal. HeraldNet. Oct. 3, 2006.

HeraldNet: Anger grows over e-mail scandal Once again, e-mails and instant messages thought to be private are being brought forward as evidence .. this time concerning former Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla and former House pages in the US. D.