back to article MS privacy policy website subverted to pimp gambling sites

Microsoft's privacy and surveillance policy micro-site has been hacked to promote gambling sites. The Digital Constitution site – launched two years ago in the wake of the Edward Snowden leaks – offers a platform for Microsoft's stance on privacy issues and government surveillance. But, earlier this week the site was modified …

  1. dogged


    1. Anonymous Coward

      Any website running on unpatched software.


    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Hmm on par or worse than the phrase "Synergy" from the Dilbert cartoons

      1. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge

        Could have been worse. Could have been SharePoint.

  2. RyokuMas Silver badge
  3. Fehu


    Hard and fast rule: anything that's marketed as being pretty good at doing everything probably isn't very good at doing anything.

  4. Mark 85 Silver badge

    There's something karmalike in this....

    Their privacy site being subverted by gambling sites. Is it that MS products are a gamble or their privacy policy is? Or maybe both?

  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    MS privacy policy website hacked...?

    I'm just surprised that anyone surfed there to notice.

    1. Hans 1

      Re: MS privacy policy website hacked...?

      Apparently, since the site contained keywords for gambling, I assume that gamblers ended up on there and noticed....

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