Skype steps up security spin

Thursday, 6 July 2006, 11:38 AM EST

Under the dubious title "Skype fights back" (we think it should be more like Skype Fesses Up), Techworld has outlined how peer-2-peer voice client developer Skype has begun a campaign to address some of the security concerns it has so far been denying.

The article reveals that Skype has begun a stealth public relations campaign talking to selected journalists in the US - Techworld being one of them.

At VoIP News Australia.

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