Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Rule change will bring Web 2.0 to federal sites | ZDNet Government

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Rule change will bring Web 2.0 to federal sites
There's Internet time. And then there's government time. In the case of cookies, the two are wildly divergent. Back in 2000 (that was the year of IE 5 and Netscape 6 and we were four years from Firefox 1.0), regulations were passed that banned government websites from using cookies.
Did Russians attack Twitter over pro-Georgian blogger?
It was one year ago today that Russia invaded Georgia over the South Ossetia region. Yesterday someone unleashed a massive botnet DDOS attack on Twitter, Facebook and Google. The crash of Twitter under this onslaught was the big story yesterday.

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