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Even without a database of individuals' typeprints, authorities might glean information about someone on a public computer or online bulletin board just from that person's keystroke rhythms.
Pushing pins into heaven's bulletin board helps a congregation pray
By comparison, about half of the 6,800 companies traded nationally on the bulletin board are expected to be pushed off if the proposed rules are adopted.
OTCBB:AMRU), a leading provider of interactive broadband entertainment and media on demand, announced today that its common stock is now quoted on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board (OTC BB), effective January 19, 2007.
The Jolly Rodgers World Wide Web site includes a fee investors bulletin board for daily interaction and postings, as well as an investor reference page filled with tips and definitions for the beginning investors.
On Monday, the Thousand Oaks electronic bulletin board will become a victim of better technology.
The Searcy, Arkansas, Police Department has implemented a program to use the state's first police department-operated computer bulletin board system (BBS) as an information gateway to the public.
Additionally, we have been trading on the OTC Bulletin Board, as a secondary market, for some time now and our trading on the OTC Bulletin Board has historically correlated strongly with the stock price quotation on the NYSE, which has been our primary exchange.