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Lion accidentally directs milk orders to Sydney IT security consultancy

Lion accidentally directs milk orders to Sydney IT security consultancy

In cyber attack mop-up mistake.
Jun 10 2020 12:00PM
How McDonald's takes your UberEats orders

How McDonald's takes your UberEats orders

Using microservices, Docker and Amazon.
Dec 13 2017 6:45AM
Telstra retail staff caught cancelling ISP orders

Telstra retail staff caught cancelling ISP orders

Casts doubt on telco's NBN data protection abilities.
Jun 21 2013 1:24PM
Domino's orders thin clients for pizza stores

Domino's orders thin clients for pizza stores

Domino's Pizza is implementing a new thin-client store system for 8,000 of its franchised stores around the world.
Feb 4 2009 6:52AM
Court orders pirate to use Windows

Court orders pirate to use Windows

A man convicted of illegally downloading an episode of Star Wars has been told that he can no longer use his computer with an Ubuntu Linux operating system.
Aug 27 2007 7:46AM
US Army orders truck mounted laser cannons

US Army orders truck mounted laser cannons

Boeing is to develop a truck-mounted laser weapon system that destroys rockets, artillery shells and mortar rounds as part of a US$7m contract awarded by the US Army.
Jul 25 2007 3:11PM
Court orders Movieland.com to limit pop-ups

Court orders Movieland.com to limit pop-ups

A US District Court in California has ordered a movie download service to stop barraging users with pop-up advertisements.
Jan 12 2007 8:51PM
White House orders feds to improve data security

White House orders feds to improve data security

The federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has ordered government agencies to improve their security controls within 45 days.
Jun 28 2006 10:44PM
Court orders $11B in spam damages

Court orders $11B in spam damages

A U.S.-based ISP has been awarded damages of $11 billion in a judgment against a Florida man who sent millions of unsolicited spam emails.
Jan 9 2006 11:24AM
Judge orders US Department of Interior offline

Judge orders US Department of Interior offline

Sections of the U.S. Department of the Interior were taken offline yesterday following a scathing criticism of the department's IT security.
Mar 17 2004 3:15PM
Swiftel broadband orders accelerate

Swiftel broadband orders accelerate

Data services provider Swiftel has recorded 100 average daily orders for its ADSL subscription service for the past three months.
Feb 10 2004 12:00AM
Judge orders Intel to pay Intergraph $150M

Judge orders Intel to pay Intergraph $150M

Nov 1 2002 8:57AM

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