lipanitech writes: "4chan A few days prior to his victory, the group used a script to cast votes so that the first letter of each candidate's name spelled out "KJUGASCHAMBERS." The user who created the script told The Daily Dot that the phrase was chosen because it's clever, referenced Hitler and "wasn't as childish as our second choice of KFCBUTTSEX." Time deserves credit for not invalidating the results because of the obvious "cheating" or even wagging a finger at those responsible for them."
lipanitech writes: "News that the government is set to expand the nationwide installation of surveillance bugs on buses that record conversations serves as a reminder that similar systems are also being readied for street lights, along with a host of other devices."
lipanitech writes: "Microsoft is patching the Skype Bug that sends instant messages to third-party contacts. The patches are available for Skype for Windows and Skype for Linux and Mac. The Windows Phone patch are coming soon."
lipanitech writes: "New information from security firm Rapid7 has revealed the top passwords stolen from this week’s LinkedIn security breach. They are very easy passwords I am very surprised God and Sex are on there am I the only one that saw hackers the movie."