Wer ist der Vater des Zehn-Milliarden-Babys?
Der Spiegel
October 2, 2007

Who Founded Facebook? A New Claim Emerges
The New York Times
September 1, 2007

Web Site of Agency Is Called Insecure
The New York Times
January 13, 2006

GSA's Vendor Web Site Closed to Fix Security Flaw
January 13, 2006

GSA Shuts Down Insecure Contracting Web Site
January 13, 2006

Payroll Hole Exposes Dozens of Companies
February 25, 2005

Confidential Data on Firm's Site Unguarded
The Boston Globe
February 25, 2005

Payroll Site Closes on Security Worries
February 23, 2005

South Station Hack Shows Security Train Not on Schedule
Mass High Tech
February 21, 2005

Cyberattack at South Station: Computer Hacker Says He Infiltrated Wireless System
The Boston Herald
February 9, 2005

Think Computer Wins Trademark Battle
Northeast Ohio CrainTech
June 18, 2004

Exchange Flaw Could Open Up User Accounts
November 24, 2003

Mail Server Flaw Opens Exchange to Spam
November 14, 2003

New Wave of Teen Entrepreneurs
Club Laurier

Teen-ager Rethinks Focus for his Technology Startup
Crain's Cleveland Business
July 23, 2001

Think Computer Enters Software Arena
Northeast Ohio CrainTech
July 16, 2001

American Tech Teen Sends Computers To Jamaica
Jamaica Observer
April 3, 2001

Teen Technology In Demand
The Wall Street Journal On-Line
March 15, 2001

No Kidding! Teens Are Trading Big-Time
September 25, 2000

From High-Tech Hobby to Big Bucks
May 29, 2000

The Net Generation (Japanese)
Kohkoku Magazine
May 15, 2000

Kid You Not, This CEO Shines
Crain's Cleveland Business
January 3, 2000

Still In School And They're CEOs
The Christian Science Monitor
July 26, 1999


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