Cyberattacks are becoming more "reckless"; Verizon defends unpublished number fee

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> Cyber attacks by other nations are becoming increasingly "reckless," a NSA official says. Article

> Telus helps football fans commemorate the Canadian Football League's 100th Grey Cup. Release

> Most of GoDaddy's sites are back up and running after outage yesterday that affected "thousands and possibly millions" of sites. Article

> Orange Espana has stopped marketing its Ya.com broadband brand to new customers so it can focus on its Orange brand. Article

And finally … Verizon defends charging $5 a month to keep consumer's telephone numbers unlisted. Article

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