San Jose firm unwillingly hosts footage of kidnapped American: What a crappy thing to do to someone (to say nothing of the murder itself).
Computer hackers commandeered the Web site of a San Jose mapping and land-surveying company to post videos of American engineer Paul M. Johnson Jr. that were taken before the al-Qaeda hostage was beheaded in Saudi Arabia on Friday. […]
“The usage at the Web hosting company went sky-high” as Internet users flocked to view the videos, Redd said Friday. “We’re saddened by the events that provoked all this activity.”