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What important event did you miss in cyberspace last week? Find out with this fun quiz.

1. Who is Jeffrey Lee Parson?

a) An American teen who unleashed the MSBlast worm
b) A British musician
c) One of the top 10 millionaires

2. Which country has banned SMS while driving?

b) Malaysia
a) Singapore
c) Thailand

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Singapore.
The offence can lead to a fine of up to 1,000 Singapore dollars or imprisonment of up to six months or both.
Correct!
The offence can lead to a fine of up to 1,000 Singapore dollars or imprisonment of up to six months or both.

3. In which South American country does a telephone company offer animations of sexual positions flashed directly to their customers' mobile phones?

a) Argentina
b) Brazil
c) Chili

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Brazil.
For 33 cents, customers of Tele Norte Leste Participacoes' wireless arm Oi can download one of 40 animations that come with a short explanation and gauge of difficulty. This Brazilian telephone company is offering a helping hand to Latin lovers who are lacking inspiration with animations of sexual positions based on the Kama Sutra.
Correct!
For 33 cents, customers of Tele Norte Leste Participacoes' wireless arm Oi can download one of 40 animations that come with a short explanation and gauge of difficulty. This Brazilian telephone company is offering a helping hand to Latin lovers who are lacking inspiration with animations of sexual positions based on the Kama Sutra.

4. Which ecommerce portal sued some companies that falsely used its name to sell products?

a) Amazon.com
b) eBay.com
c) Fabmall.com

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Amazon.com.
The lawsuits, filed in the US and Canada, are the latest crackdown against fraudulent email marketing, a rapidly growing business. 'Spoofers' pose as legitimate online major corporations by creating email accounts that closely mimic major corporations.
Correct!
The lawsuits, filed in the US and Canada, are the latest crackdown against fraudulent email marketing, a rapidly growing business. 'Spoofers' pose as legitimate online major corporations by creating email accounts that closely mimic major corporations.

5. A vicar is set to broadcast his Sunday sermons on the Internet. He will do it from which country?

a) Scotland
b) England
c) Ireland

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is England.
In an attempt to attract younger churchgoers, Rev Alan Bain will use the latest broadband technology to spread the word from St Philip and St James' church in Odd Down. Worshippers will be able to log on to the church's extensive site to watch and listen to the Anglican Church service from their PCs.
Correct!
In an attempt to attract younger churchgoers, Rev Alan Bain will use the latest broadband technology to spread the word from St Philip and St James' church in Odd Down. Worshippers will be able to log on to the church's extensive site to watch and listen to the Anglican Church service from their PCs.



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