DavidGilbert99 writes: It may have taken a few weeks but the South has finally officially pointed the finger of blamed for the 20 March cyber attacks on banks and TV stations at Pyongyang. As tensions rise on the Korean peninsula, cyber attacks could become increasingly important, with the North looking to target critical infrastructure in the South which is one of the world's most connected countries. The same cannot be said of the North however....
from the those-darn-archives dept.
pcause writes "Silicon Alley Insider has the most damning evidence released in the Viacom/YouTube suit. It seems clear from these snippets that YouTube knew it was pirating content, and did it to grow fast and sell for a lot of money. It also seems clear that Google knew the site contained pirated content and bought it and continued the pirating."