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Social network downtime attack on rights of freedom or insane promotion?

Based on CNET it seems that yesterday's social network downtime has been caused by an attack on the social network accounts of one single user, a Georgian blogger. Like we wrote before the attacker(s) needed to have access to a very powerful…
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Today showed the sensitivity of our social network environment. Can we prevent it?

Today's Denial of Service attacks (DDoS) on both Facebook and Twitter and possibly several more services show how dependent we are on today's technology. Moreover, they proved that it is rather easy to attack very popular services. It's no…