Author: Andria Borba / Source: cbslocal.com
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – Bay Area radio station KQED was hit by hackers, who reportedly knocked out the station’s online radio stream for hours.
Employees say they were told to stay off their computers Friday while officials investigate the attack.
Things are very quiet inside KQED right now.
We’re told most senior staff have left for the day – their work hampered by the lack of network connection – and only IT staff remain to try and solve the problem.
In a statement to the San Francisco Chronicle, communications manager Brenda Tucker…
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