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“I called the site's stylist hotline but wound up on hold for 20 minutes.”
“But he said he has seen no evidence of an attack and called the site's problems "shocking" because of the bank's strong reputation in information technology.”
“Mr. Burks called the site's very name, huqueerpress.com , offensive.”
“The group weaponized Twitter by distributing a link that would ensnare a user's computer into the attack by involuntarily uploading software on the computer that would then redirect it to the target site and repeatedly call the site's servers.”
“I read that Facebook has the capability of tracking what you buy on other sites, and I thought, if they can do that, they can probably do a lot of things," he says, referring to the site's Beacon program, which was disabled last year after users complained.”
“Mr. Abramson and CollegeHumor co-founder Ricky Van Veen started the apparel business as a way to earn money off then-fledgling CollegeHumor, selling shirts with tag phrases written by the site's young male writers and marketing the shirts on the site.”
“The site's staff screens companies to make sure the jobs are legitimate; it's up to the companies to vet the interns, though.”
“Taking over an eight-month lease with low monthly payments would allow a person to delay their car shopping until the beginning of 2012, when inventories are expected back at normal levels," said Sergio Stiberman, the web site's founder and CEO.”
“The site's parent company is a franchise-consulting firm, so bear that in mind when you read the advice.”
“The documents are now available on the agency's website at the site's Freedom of Information Act Electronic Reading Room.”
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