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Anonymous vows to take down Facebook

The hacker group Anonymous vows to take down Facebook November 5th, 2011 in Operation Facebook.

OK… this shows you why if you’re doing Facebook for business, you need to understand that it’s all built on the thinnest of foundations. It’s good, but it’s not, in any real way, “yours”. It’s a free service, so who can complain, but don’t put the family jewels there, or you may well be quite sorry you did.

All Telecommunications is Compromised.

Period. End of story. Has been for decades. The NSA is much bigger than the CIA. Read The Puzzle Palace if you don’t know what I’m talking about.

They brought down Sony for a long time. This could be a problem. Are they working for Google? Conveniently timed for the emergence of Google+. Hmm… the law of unintended consequences seems certain to strike here, starting with the world’s reaction, or lack of it, to the warning.

Stay tuned.

A visual tour history of Skype

Filed under: Technology,The Internet — Tags: , , , , , , — Positronic Dave @ 7:18 am June 14, 2011

Came across this info-graphic about the history of Skype and thought it was extremely well done, and informative. VoIP for business telephone systems and personal calling has become a huge force in the communications and business worlds. From SIP Trunking and Asterisk PBX applications to video chat on an iPhone or iPad, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) seems here to stay, because if cost and other advantages over POTS, or Plain Old Telephone Service.

Visual history of Skype, from Online MBA.

Skype, what all the full is about in VoIP for business, SIP Trunking and personal communication

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