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Submitted by AgentWhite 622d ago | news

Hackers Said To Hit United Nations Telecoms Talks In Dubai

HuffingtonPost :DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Organizers of a U.N. conference on global telecommunications said Thursday that hackers apparently blocked their website and disrupted the talks, a gathering some critics fear could lead to greater controls over the Internet. (Culture, Internet, Web)

tachy0n  +   622d ago
HEROES!!!!!
Gondee  +   622d ago
Good thing congress didn't endorse this shit...
fr0sty  +   622d ago
They were too busy working on their own ways to control the net.
SkyGamer  +   622d ago
If we don't stand now, future generations will pay the price for our lackings...
Remember, what is worse than evil is for good men to do nothing.

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