Quote of the Day - Have we entered an era where our lives can be destroyed by a pack of wolves hacking at their keyboards with no oversight, no editors, and no accountability?
Our website provider, UplinkEarth, has been hacked again and I'm beginning to wonder about the company's reliability. MIPTC's site was hacked a couple of years ago, and UplinkEarth was hacked so badly earlier this year that it shut its servers down, reconfigured them and tried again.
Looks like it didn't work.
May It Please The Court is missing blog posts from June 20 through August 20. MIPTC is completely unable to upload any audio or video files. Our companion blog by Justice William W. Bedsworth, A Criminal Waste of Space, has been completely knocked out of commission. No blog posts are showing, although the website is (barely) viewable. Both MIPTC and ACWOS are suddenly sporting unauthorized pop-ups from CPX International out of New York.
After we get this fiasco taken care of and the websites back up and running, we'll be having a chat with CPX Interactive, and may very well end up making a federal case out of it.
If anyone knows of a more reliable website hosting company, we'd be happy to hear about it and look into it. Anything's got to be better than our current situation.
I don't know what else to say other than "We apologize for the inconvenience."