IBM offers employees online access to health records

  1. http://today.reuters.com/news/newsAr...archived=False

    Interesting - wonder how long until some pimply-faced 16 year old who isn't interested in his Xbox anymore manages to hack into it .
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  3. by   sirI
    Quote from Nurse Ratched
    http://today.reuters.com/news/newsAr...archived=False

    Interesting - wonder how long until some pimply-faced 16 year old who isn't interested in his Xbox anymore manages to hack into it .
    I just give up. Seems as if everyone is trying to tempt fate with this........
  4. by   angelbsn
    Quote from Nurse Ratched
    http://today.reuters.com/news/newsAr...archived=False

    Interesting - wonder how long until some pimply-faced 16 year old who isn't interested in his Xbox anymore manages to hack into it .

    Not to be anal retentive or anything, but not everyone who owns an Xbox is a "pimply-faced 16 year old"; I happen to be a 42 year old trauma nurse whose been "gaming" since the late 1980's. Just watch the stereotypes, please.
  5. by   sirI
    Quote from angelbsn
    Not to be anal retentive or anything, but not everyone who owns an Xbox is a "pimply-faced 16 year old"; I happen to be a 42 year old trauma nurse whose been "gaming" since the late 1980's. Just watch the stereotypes, please.
    The OP was making an observation that someone with no formal education, who is very young, can and will hack into this system thereby placing the members of IBM at risk for exposure. Nothing more.

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