28 September 2012
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Draft UK libel law forces websites to axe mudslinging comments

Can’t always be sued for defamatory posts, but can’t keep them online either Courts would have the power to order website operators to remove comments that have already been ruled to be defamatory even if those website operators did not post the comments themselves, according to the latest revisions to the Defamation Bill. Under the […]

26 September 2012
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VIRUS ALERT: Downloading & Online Banking

Recently at One Source Communications we  have come across a virus. The first symptoms we found were that the PC’s in question had problems downloading certain file types from the Internet like PDF’s and EXE files. With further research into trying to fix the problem we found that the anti-virus program was not installed (when it was). When going to AVG […]

18 September 2012
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Microsoft Urges Internet Explorer users to Protect Against Targeted Attacks

On Monday night, Microsoft urged users of Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions to deploy a toolkit that could help protect against a series of attacks hitting its system. It was revealed earlier in the day by security forum Rapid7 that Internet Explorer was hit with a new zero-day exploit, which takes advantage of a […]