Bugged SSBA can't blame Hill

20th June 2003 at 01:00
WE hear of a calamity that befell the Scottish School Board Association recently. Nothing new there, some readers might think. But no, wait for it.

Executive members' PCs came down with a virus and were out of e-contact for some days.

It seems that the son of one of the association's most prominent members was downloading games and infected his dad's computer, spreading the virus the length and breadth of the SSBA.

We only mention the details lest some might think the virus was a weapon of mad destruction launched by Ann Hill, the axed chief executive.

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