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Tale of a risk assessor delights Eurovision

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Malware hits the Mac but is it worth worrying about?
Malware hits the Mac but is it worth worrying about?

Along with the usual power ballads, nonsense songs and dance spectaculars, Saturday's Eurovision Song contest also brought a bit of IT to the mix.

Performed by Gianluca Bezzina as the Maltese entry, 'Tomorrow' told the story of Jeremy working in IT, whose option was risk assessment.

No chance of a nil point, the song scored a total of 120 points, placing him eighth overall. If you missed it, the song is below:

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