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Twitter has been the target of some large scale phishing attacks recently, and Wednesday, tweets warned of another such attack. It spreads with a message saying, "This you????" which is followed by a link that sends the user to a fake Twitter login page. And if you enter your login info there, you're essentially sending your username and password to the attacker. This phishing Twitter attack is your hot twoppic of the moment.
Your hot twoppic of the day is Italy, after an Italian court in Milan found three Google executives guilty of privacy violations because they did not act quickly enough to remove an online video showing four youths bullying a boy with Down Syndrome. Google called the decision "astonishing," saying it "...attacks the very principles of freedom on which the Internet is built." It also sets a dangerous precedent for any Internet hosting service to be liable for all content. An appeal is planned.
Your hot twoppic of the week is Toyota, as top execs of the auto maker take to Capitol Hill to testify this week. Wednesday's hearing features CEO Akio Toyoda who will face lawmakers tough questions over the deadly flaws that sparked the recall of 8.5 million cars. Transportation secretary Ray LaHood. @RealityTC tweets Why is our congress WASTING PRECIOUS TIME on this Toyota issue? It's spilled milk!!! But @bdew tweets This inquiry is important. Toyota is the leading edge of electronic/computerized automobiles.
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