Hackers penetrate T-Mobile systems, and read the email of the US Secret Service. (Hopefully not classified stuff, which had no right being on that server.)
Hackers capture information from George Mason University, including names and SSNs of more than 30,000 students and staff.
Hackers discover Gmail flaw which reveals usernames and passwords.
This is a solvable problem, but right now we arne’t solving it.
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