CNET News Daily Podcast: The significance of Twitter's security breach

Twitter's internal documents got hacked, but what are the larger implications for companies' securities now that many are storing their data in the cloud?


Webware editor Josh Lowensohn joins the podcast to talk about the hack of Twitter internal documents that came to light Wednesday, and what are the larger implications for companies' security protocols now that many are storing their data in the cloud.

Plus, in another excerpt from his interview with CNET News, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates Gates shares his thoughts on how the company is doing now that he's not there full time.


Listen now: Download today's podcast


Today's stories:

Mozilla gives add-on developers a tip jar

Dell poised to benefit most from PC market recovery

Wal-Mart to label products with eco ratings

Lessons from Twitter's security breach

CEOs, other execs disagree on security

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Climate change taking toll on Glacier National Park

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