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Lee Underwood
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Freelance writer, editor, Web site developer
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The story here is not the arrest of the hackers; rather, it's the sad state of the lack of security of the US military and security websites. A bit ironic considering that US 'intelligence' agencies are spying on the rest of the world.
The hacker who broke into networks belonging to, amongst others, the US Army and NASA has been charged along with his alleged accomplices.

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So how does Twitter see your tweeting habits?

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This is an excellent article for those who feel compelled to tell people where they are right now or when/where they are going on vacation!

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Do you know what kind of trail your browser is leaving across the Net? Check it with BrowserSpy. You might be very surprised.

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The things that go on in Washing, D.C. never cease to amaze me:

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Is a demotion and two years paid suspension REALLY punishment?

Another move to get the masses using Linux. The German government has shown before that it's keen on making its citizens aware of the risks of running outdated software. Over the past couple of years about German citizens have been urged to ditch older versions of Internet Explorer for a more modern, more secure browser. Munich is also no stranger to Linux. Back in 2003, the city began a migration to Debian-based LiMux, citing autonomy and cost-savings as core concerns.

http://www.geek.com/microsoft/munich-to-distribute-linux-cds-to-get-people-to-ditch-windows-xp-1559894/

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Paying high prices for your e-books? You can thank Steve Jobs; he even bragged about it in his bio (not to mention his antics have caused his company to be charged with price fixing).
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