Monthly Archives: June 2012

Stuxnet malware and Siemens: cyberwar, security and other issues

Are We Talking About ‘Cyberwar’ Or Massive Incompetence? | Techdirt. 11 August 2011 An old post but given the current context of “Flame”, the new malware running around in the Middle East, still of relevance. Stuxnet, like today Flame, was … Continue reading

Posted in Corporate Responsibility, Cyberwar, Offences - Hacking (unauthorised access), Offences - Theft, Offences - Unauthorised 'modification' (and co), Prevention - Security | Leave a comment

Jurors Tweeting About Trial vs impartiality

California Wants To Put Jurors In Jail For Tweeting About Trial | Techdirt. 26 August 2011 An old post I kept in my “one of those days I’ll read it” folder. In complete disagreement with Mike Masnick on this one. … Continue reading

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