CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again


Can't we all get along?

Rioting that erupted over the controversy surrounding a Danish cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammed has spilled beyond Afghanistan and onto the Internet.

A number of Danish Web sites have recently been defaced by hackers, who have scrawled anti-Danish sentiments across the sites, according to a report by security firm F-Secure.

One Danish site now warns in bold red letters: "don't ever talk about our prophet," while another site carries an ominous warning: "I will bomb myself in Demark very soon, as my brothers in Islam did in UK."

Meanwhile, one site, Zone-h, cites a list of Danish and Western web-servers that have received a number of Islamic attacks, noting that figure is in the hundreds.

Is it time to form a UN Council for the Internet?