Archive for 2012/03/02
Data corruption is a fact of life for all systems – but only large systems get a statistically significant sample. Amazon, home of the world’s largest cloud storage system, sees it all and concludes: trust nothing!
As long as it targets the enemy of course
Fox Television, PBS and Univision Television and others asked a federal judge to halt an impending subscription service that enables the streaming of broadcast television to any internet-enabled devicePosted: 2012/03/02 in Education / Awareness, Litigation, New Business Models
Hackers affiliated with Anonymous go after the biotech giant, stating, “Your continued attack on the worlds food supply…has earned you our full attention.”
In All This Talk Of Pinterest And Copyright, The Fact That It’s Driving Massive Traffic Seems ImportantPosted: 2012/03/02 in Education / Awareness
“In the not too distant future we anticipate that the cyber threat will pose the number one threat to our country,” the FBI’s director Robert Mueller told delegates at the RSA 2012 conference in San Francisco. “We need to take lessons learned from terrorism and apply them to cybercrime.”
A “human error” carried out by the police resulted in thousands of websites being completely blocked at the DNS level yesterday. Danish visitors to around 8,000 sites including Google and Facebook were informed that the sites were being blocked by the country’s High Tech Crime Unit due to them offering child pornography, a situation which persisted for several hours.
New levels of evil innovated on daily basis
Google admits that this is possible and says it is considering changing its policies
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Freedom of speech anyone? Freedom of information? Is there a judge in the room?