All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Denial-of-Service Attack’

Anonymous Targets The Protect IP Bill

Google is not the only well-known public entity that’s decrying the unfortunate Protect IP bill, a would-be tool of an entertainment industry desperately trying to maintain control over the concept of intellectual property, a muddled subject on the best of days. Keep in mind, the RIAA likes to keep the money they’ve won in previous IP lawsuits, confusing the subject …

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Facebook Tweets That Service Is Restored

Earlier today social media came to a screeching halt, as both Twitter and Facebook were down for long periods of time. This left most people just staring at their screens, there were even reports of some people actually working. Oh the humanity!

But in all seriousness, Facebook just sent out the following tweet which explains their downtime:

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