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Submission + - Sony hacked again (computerworld.com)

mcgrew writes: Computerworld is reporting yet another breach of Sony's laughable (it must be) security, saying $1,200 worth of "virtual tokens" have been taken.

The same article notes that F-Secure has discovered a phishing site in Thailand that's hosted on Sony's servers.

Cloud

Submission + - Facebook Taps Microsoft To Fight Child Pornography (zdnet.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Every day hundreds of millions of photos are shared online, and hiding among them are horrific images of children being sexually tortured and abused. to help the fight, Facebook has adopted Microsoft’s PhotoDNA technology to help fight child pornography.

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