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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Logging into the WSJ on New Year's Day, noticed that the front page at The Wally showed 31 December 1998. Inside, it's OK...but could this be a sign of things to come? Like, at the end of this year, will all news Web sites click over to the first of January 1900? If so, we can start all over again and run stories like 100 Years Ago: NCR fights IBM for market share. Oh and a happy new year to all of our readers -- this will be the year of the Rabbit...Where's Harvey when you need him? Oops, the headline should have been Wall Street Journal has Grand Hogmanay.

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