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Thursday, January 31, 2013

First Slice 1/31/13: Hackers hit the New York Times

Hartsfield Jackson International Airport voted the best airport for dining.

1. For the past four months, hackers based in China have repeatedly tapped into the New York Times computer system to learn passwords of reporters and other employees. According to the Times' own report, no sensitive data was stolen, but the intruders were able to access 53 employee computers. The hackers have gotten the boot, and additional digital securities measures have been put into place.

2. Not only is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport the nation's busiest, it's also been voted the best for catching connecting flights and for dining and anemities, according to a new national survey of travel professions.

3. A day in the life of a HERO officer.

4. Should public buildings and schools be required to have carbon monoxide detectors installed? The Public Safety Committee of the Atlanta City Council says yes, but the measure still has to be passed by the full council to take effect.


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