Monster.com took 5 days to disclose data theft

Monster.com took 5 days to disclose data theft
BOSTON (Reuters) – Monster.com waited five days to tell its users about a security breach that resulted in the theft of confidential information from some 1.3 million job seekers, a company executive told Reuters on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Sleepy? Cut out late-night Internet and TV
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – People who spend more pre-bedtime hours using the Internet or watching television are more likely to report that they don’t get enough sleep, even though they sleep almost as long as people who spend fewer pre-bedtime hours in front of a computer or television screen, survey findings show.[Lees verder]

IBM sees future in Second Life, Web worlds
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Once upon a time, people went to libraries to find books instead of surfing the Internet. Computer giant IBM now wants you to walk into three-dimensional Web worlds to browse virtual libraries.[Lees verder]

Facebook “friends” could be pivotal in presidential race
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nineteen-year-old L.J. Tsunis has some advice for his favorite U.S. presidential candidate: start hanging out on Facebook already.[Lees verder]

Microsoft, Limelight strike online media deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Limelight Networks Inc and Microsoft Corp said on Thursday that they had entered into a technology agreement in which the Web content delivery company will help improve the reliability of the software maker’s online services, such as video, music and games.[Lees verder]

Monster.com took 5 days to disclose data theft
BOSTON (Reuters) – Monster.com waited five days to tell its users about a security breach that resulted in the theft of confidential information from some 1.3 million job seekers, a company executive told Reuters on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Sleepy? Cut out late-night Internet and TV
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – People who spend more pre-bedtime hours using the Internet or watching television are more likely to report that they don’t get enough sleep, even though they sleep almost as long as people who spend fewer pre-bedtime hours in front of a computer or television screen, survey findings show.[Lees verder]

IBM sees future in Second Life, Web worlds
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Once upon a time, people went to libraries to find books instead of surfing the Internet. Computer giant IBM now wants you to walk into three-dimensional Web worlds to browse virtual libraries.[Lees verder]

Facebook “friends” could be pivotal in presidential race
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nineteen-year-old L.J. Tsunis has some advice for his favorite U.S. presidential candidate: start hanging out on Facebook already.[Lees verder]

Microsoft, Limelight strike online media deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Limelight Networks Inc and Microsoft Corp said on Thursday that they had entered into a technology agreement in which the Web content delivery company will help improve the reliability of the software maker’s online services, such as video, music and games.[Lees verder]

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