Privacy International Plans Legal Action Against ACS:Law

Privacy International Plans Legal Action Against ACS:Law: “Slyck first reported on Friday of a massive breach of security at the ACS:Law website. We witnessed, much to our astonishment, at least a partial exposure of the ACS:Law web server. Whoever administers their site appears to have made an amateur effort in its restoration. Unfortunately for Andrew Crossley and the rest of ACS:Law, the server was not configured to block public access to its structure. Worse, a backup file of the site dated August 24, 2010 was left on the web server.”

(Via Slyck.com File-Sharing News And Information.)

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