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Comment: Re:It is Not DDoS (Score 1) 423

by teh*fink (#34536602) Attached to: Operation Payback and Hactivism 101

Imagine if there was a really obnoxious person who thousands of people spontaneously disliked, all at once. And each one, without an autodialer, called just a few times a day to ask the person to stop being obnoxious. Is that/should that be illegal?

Interesting point. In fact, doesn't this happen all the time? For example, when activist groups organize 'call-ins' or 'fax-ins' to a company/congressman/government office, with the goal of both voicing their displeasure and jamming phone lines?

The Internet

+ - Digg selling out to Microsoft?

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "I am serously surprised that the story about Digg switching to Microsoft for all advertisements hasn't appeared on Slashdot yet:

(For me, Digg is now permanantly blacklisted as I try to avoid rewarding Microsoft for screwing the technology world for the last 20 years.)"

OpenBSD Foundation Announced 151

Posted by samzenpus
from the check-it-out dept.
OpenBDSfan writes "KernelTrap is reporting on the creation of the OpenBSD Foundation, a Canadian not-for-profit corporation intended to support OpenBSD and related projects, including OpenSSH, OpenBGPD, OpenNTPD, and OpenCVS. The announcement explains, "the OpenBSD Foundation will initially concentrate on facilitating larger donations of equipment, funds, documentation and resources. Small scale donations should continue to be submitted through the existing mechanisms.""

Avoid strange women and temporary variables.