73 - December 2012
I wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our readers.
Do not miss our Annual Cartoon Competition in our next issue.
How to Take Down Your Enemy's Website
Someone has got something on their website which belongs to you. It could be a photograph, an article or all or part of your own website. You ask them to remove the offending item and they either refuse to do so or ignore you.
In a perfect world you would launch a cyber attack, or send an 11 man Israeli assassination team dressed as tennis players to take them out. Less satisfying but just as effective, would be to have the host of the offending website switch it off until the offending items were removed by the website owner.
Here is a three step plan to achieve this:
If you doubt that the host can unexpectedly take down a website, just think about the last time that your own website disappeared for a day or more.
(c) Paul Brennan 2012 All rights reserved.
How to Complain About Your Airline Trip
Why airlines can refuse to fly passengers
Air travellers cannot assume that if they hold an air ticket for a domestic flight in Australia, the airline must honour the flight arrangements. When must the airline honour the air travel arrangements?
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF THE 'EASY IP-THE MOVIE QUIZ' COMPETITION
A free copy of Easy IP - The Movie will be sent to each winner.
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