You make me want to shout yeaaaaagh, it’s news time.
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- Uh oh. Spirit’s gone silent. Maybe it’s afraid of the RIAA, too?
- A Federal panel says the government’s Internet-based absentee voting systemis fatally flawed. The Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment (SERVE) system being built for the U.S. Department of Defense’s Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) has serious, unfixable, security flaws according to an oversight panel. The experts are recommending the program be shut down immediately.
- Microsoft says you’ll have to wait until at least February 10 for a fix to the Internet Explorer “phishing” exploit.
- According to the Boston Globe, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee hacked into the Dems computer files and spied on them for a year.