BBC finally smells the coffee
“Malware ‘was not from factories’, Microsoft says” is today’s headline. “Several outlets, including the BBC, reported that harmful software was being pre-installed on PCs at the manufacturing stage,” admits the BBC. Actually, it had said “Cybercriminals have opened a new front in their battle to infect computers with malware – PC production lines.” It said that because it didn’t bother reading the Microsoft reports.
And we told them they were wrong five days ago in our own reporting: China is a pariah.
Five days to get it right. Is there an agenda here?
Keep up, or fall behind, as they say.