Workers fired from AOL after breach

Two weeks ago, AOL released to the public domain an archive of their customers search habits over a period of 3 months. Elinor Mills, and Anne Broache, CNET now report that, “Two AOL employees have been fired, and its chief technology officer is resigning, after the release of Web search data from thousands of AOL members prompted widespread criticism of the company.” Read Complete Article

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