McAfee anti-spam researchers have been tracking a trend they've nicknamed "spam island-hopping."According to McAfee, Island-hopping spammers use the domain names of small islands as Web site links in spam campaigns.
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It seems US spooks are harnessing 'Web 2.0' ideas.
Bruce Schneier in his 'Surveillance as performance art' blog post says this story of perpetual scrutiny is the future of government monitoring of citizens. At the moment Hasan Elahi is monitoring himself after being detained by the FBI, but Schneier predicts this high level of monitoring by governments and corporations as eventually being the norm.
The Natwest planned outage on Saturday night/Sunday morning took revellers by surprise. Outraged punters were seen gesticulating wildly and punching ATM machines in a futile attempt to get at their cash, only to be greeted with a ghostly green "Out of Service" display.