Monthly Archives: April 2011

AIATSIS digital preservation program to be cut

Twitter has recently brought news that AIATSIS’s digital preservation program is to be cut. This is unfortunate to say the least. AIATSIS was engaged in digitising the cultural patrimony of the first cultures to inhabit Australia, and in the process … Continue reading

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More Epsilon fall out

More fall out from the Epsilon data breach – this time it’s Dell Australia: An Important Message from Dell Australia Dell’s global email service provider, Epsilon, recently informed us that their email system was exposed to unauthorised entry. As a … Continue reading

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The Ionia Sanction out on November 8

If you’ve been following my main, technical, blog, you’ll know that its not all computers, history and possible anglo saxon travellers chez Moncur, but that there’s a bit of relaxation as well, even if it’s predictably geeky and involves reading … Continue reading

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Epsilon Informs AbeBooks of E-mail Database Breach

something unwelcome from Abe Book in my inbox this morning: We have been informed by Epsilon, a third-party vendor we use to send e-mails, that an unauthorized person outside their company accessed files that included e-mail addresses of some AbeBooks … Continue reading

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