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Submission + - Dutch largest ISP hacked, shuts down all 2M e-mailaccounts to contain damage (powned.tv)

An anonymous reader writes: Hackers that managed to gain access to servers of KPN, the largest ISP in the Netherlands, have provided proof of their actions by publishing a list of 500+ email accounts — including names, addresses and unhashed passwords — on pastebin.com. As a precaution, KPN has temporarily disabled all email accounts of 2 million subscribers.
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Submission + - FCC: Much of Western U.S. is 3G wasteland (networkworld.com) 1

alphadogg writes: The Federal Communications Commission has released a map showing which counties across the U.S. lacked coverage from either 3G or 4G networks and found that wide swaths of the western half of the country were 3G wastelands, particularly in mountainous states such as Idaho and Nevada. This isn't particularly surprising since it's much more difficult for carriers to afford building out mobile data networks in sparsely populated mountainous regions, but it does underscore how large stretches of the United States lack access to mobile data services that people in the Northeast, South and Midwest now take for granted.

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