Anonymous hacks Vatican Web site

March 8, 2012

Anonymous hacks Vatican Web site On ZDNet, reports on the breach. “Anonymous said it is not personally attacking Christians, just the Vatican itself. The group has a problem with the Catholic Church’s teachings on birth control and abortion. Anonymous is also not happy with the way the Vatican handles widespread sexual abuse scandal,” he writes. What’s your opinion?

Amid iPad frenzy, Apple staff say ‘Remember the workers’ On The RegisterIain Thomson looks at the situation. “There have been some successes in getting employees of Apple’s retail arm to take up collective bargaining. In Munich, staff have formed a worker’s council – or betriebsrat – that negotiates with store owners over local working conditions,” he reports. What’s your opinion?

44 per cent of U.S. businesses breached by malware-laden spam On Talkin’ Cloud, looks at one survey’s results. “Within the conducted survey, respondents replied with their opinions relating to the level of spam entering their organization’s network; the types of solutions they have in place to filter out unwanted messages; the effectiveness of the solutions; their top concerns about spam; and whether or not they have been breached or infected by malware as a result of spam,” he writes. What’s your opinion?

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