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Google announces 'Project Shield' help small sites ward off DDoS attacks

Phys.org — Google has announced a new initiative called Project Shield which the company describes as a program dedicated to helping smaller entities fend off Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. In particular, the company says, it's looking to help promote freedom of expression by assisting at-risk sites from going down due to DDoS attacks. (Google, Industry, Services, Web)

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