[act-ma] Verizon Admits DSL/FiOS Security Doesn't Work ... and more at Open Media Boston (week of 5/22/09)
jpramas at igc.org
Fri May 22 20:50:16 PDT 2009
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OUR FIRST INVESTIGATIVE REPORT!
News: Verizon Admits Its Default DSL and FiOS Wireless Security "Does
Not Provide Good Protection Against a Hacker"
Editorial: Sales Tax Fiasco Should Put the Idea of a Progressive
Political Party Back on the Front Burner
Opinion: 7th District Health Care Reformers Vow Stepped-Up Campaign to
Convince Rep. Markey to Co-Sponsor HR 676
Opinion: Building a Union-Community Alliance that Lasts
Arts: Currier Museum Family Day Celebrates "The Making of a Book"
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