In Defense Of The High-Frequency Hackers
In Defense Of The High-Frequency Hackers
                                       

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Diablo and WoW players warned over hacking

www.guardian.co.uk
Blizzard Entertainment says users should change passwords after hackers gain access to email addresses and other dataMillions of players of Blizzard Entertainment's Diablo, World of Warcraft, Starcraft and other online games have been warned to change their passwords after the company revealed that it was hacked on 4 August.Blizzard Entertainment...
Diablo and WoW players warned over hacking
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Millions hit in Blizzard attack

www.bbc.co.uk
World of Warcraft maker Blizzard urges players to change their passwords after hackers steal a list of email addresses....
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It's TechStars Boulder Demo Day - Here are the 11 companies dashing for cash

thenextweb.com
It’s year number 5 for TechStars in Boulder, and each year the teams just seem to get better. Today the world’s most exclusive accelerator holds another Demo Day, where its teams will have the chance to pitch their products to a room that is stuffed to the rafters with investors,...
It's TechStars Boulder Demo Day - Here are the 11 companies dashing for cash

Amazon and Apple Aid and Abet Digital Drive-By

www.pcworld.com
Hackers turned Mat Honan's life upside down last week -- with a big helping hand from the two tech giants....
Amazon and Apple Aid and Abet Digital Drive-By

App.net's Dalton Caldwell wants to know why people are so angry at him

thenextweb.com
The saying goes that when you’re doing something right people are going to hate you. App.net‘s Dalton Caldwell feels that pain, since proposing the “anti-Twitter”, ad-free social stream only a few weeks ago. In case you’ve not been following along, the story goes something like this: Caldwell thinks that Twitter...
App.net's Dalton Caldwell wants to know why people are so angry at him
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