Hackers took over Comcast Corp.'s Web portal for several hours overnight, denying 14.1 million subscribers access to the cable company's site for e-mail, news and technical support.
All that money they get for spying on us, you'd think they could avoid getting hacked.
But that's what you get when a few telcos control everything:
A small number of targets. One more reason the Human Rights Party would break them up: A more diverse system would be less vulnerable to attack, I'm guessing.
Any experts out there who actually know?