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Today's e-Reads: Congressman Gets Hacked, Steve Jobs to Make Appearance

May 31, 2011

Hack attacks over the weekend show that defense contractors, public TV and even members of Congress are vulnerable.

New York Rep. Anthony Weiner has hired a lawyer after someone hacked into his Twitter account and sent a woman a picture of a man's bulging underpants.

Cyber attacks at defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp and PBS show how widespread corporate breaches have become, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Cyber attacks can mean war, the Pentagon says.

Could it be true? The Washington Post hints that iPads have supplanted Blackberries in parts of Washington.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs will take a break from medical leave to deliver the keynote speech at next week's Apple conference in San Francisco.

Twitter will announce a photo-sharing service at the D9 conference in California this week.


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