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The information security company Safenet inc has released a high-speed, single-chip, inline security system for next-generation networking devices. The new processor features:

*IPSec packet processing
*flow classification
*control plane security
*data plane security
*VPN security
*crypto engines

Electonics manufacturers are sure to benefit from this new chips high-throughput and low power dissipation.

Read more on the project Here
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14-12-2005, 18:47:14

news posts like these...

are we really allowed ot just copy a whole review as long as we put it in quote boxes, really taking sections or snippets is fine but copying the whole damn review is plain plagerism and will get us a bad name.



14-12-2005, 20:52:51

I agree that's some shit... Off to bed now, night. :sleep:

15-12-2005, 03:16:17

Yep I agree that thats a bit plagueristic. I tend to re-write it up in my own words and host all my pics from :anisx:

15-12-2005, 06:16:18

Not only is it plagiaristic by nature, it is a breach of copyright in the UK, US and Aust. This sort of thing needs to be stopped!!! It's nice to have a news section, but not if it's the direct regurgitation of what someone else has said. Having news posts written in different wording at least, holds a little more credibility than simple copy and paste within quotation marks.

kemp being the scholarly man that you are, you are doing the right thing. Paraphrasing written text by any Author is fine so long as you provide the source as a reference, to indicate the true owner of the intellectual property or works.

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