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November 12, 2012

Internet Security Conference Hacked; Internet Implodes from Irony

By Rich Steeves , TechZone360 Web Editor

Sometimes you have to work hard to come up with a snarky response to the world’s news, and sometimes the headlines just write themselves. And, sometimes – not often, but sometimes – Azerbaijan is a hotbed of irony.


Take, for instance, this week, when the computers of a European Union official’s staff were hacked during a conference on – wait for it – Internet security held in Azerbaijan this week. It’s almost as bad as when the caterers at the vegan conference served the plate full of bacon-wrapped shrimp. Except, that didn’t really happen, and this did.


Neeli Kroes, vice president of the European Commission, stated that her advisers’ computers were compromised while in the hotel attenting the Internet Governance Forum in Baku. Apple alerted the officials to the security breach... Read More


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