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Claims Magazine welcomes the submission of bylined article ideas and, upon editorial approval of those ideas, the articles themselves.
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Problems experienced by internet users across the Eastern U.S. appear to have eased, with most sites back online after web-hosting services were invaded by hackers.
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.