The website of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has been hacked for the sixth time in six months.
The RIAA's strong stand against music piracy makes it an obvious target for hackers.
A URL allowing access to the RIAA's system for posting press releases was made accessible last week, allowing people to post messages which then appeared on the RIAA's official press release page.
Press releases touting the joys of cheese, along with other less savoury items, were left on the site for hours.
According to wired.com, some security experts have suggested that the latest defacements indicate that the RIAA is clueless about technology.
One said it was obvious that the Association doesn't 'get' the web, or it would understand how to protect its own website.
But a spokeswoman for the RIAA told wired.com that the problem would have been identified and handled sooner had it not occurred during the holiday week.
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