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  • The WikiLeaks Iraq and Cablegate affairs form the shadowy background to the writing of this story; Assange asserts an interesting defence of the News of the World's journalistic practices, and expresses what the author calls "the hacker's disdain that the voicemail intercepts should be called 'hacks' at all".

    Et cetera: non-fiction choice – reviews

  • You're immediately thrust into a state of paranoid damage control, filling out case reports and changing passwords, fully certain that your hacker's in a bunker somewhere, laughing as they jot down every new password you invent.

    Elisa Zuritsky: I Miss My Stupid Facebook Page

  • Trustwave's investigation found that a Yahoo email address was receiving the data being collected by the hacker's malware.

    Hackers Shift Attacks to Small Firms

  • Microsoft's right to protect its private property interferes with a hacker's right to free speech, i.e. to dissimilate pirated copies of Windows 7.

    Seth Engel: How Tom Cruise Is Stealing Your Liberty

  • Facebook's new Washington office, designed to look like a hacker's lair, with walls of faux construction rubble, is a work in progress.

    Facebook Seeking Friends in Beltway

  • The posting of the files marks the latest in a string of embarrassments for the Japanese electronics giant, which has become a hacker's target since it sued software programmer George Hotz for publishing a program that allowed customers to alter their PlayStation 3 videogame consoles.

    Hackers Say They Hit a Sony Unit Network

  • Given the level of her I.Q. (six years in four school to for under-graduate), I bet her password was hacker's favorite e.g. the date of birth from one of her family, a name from one of her family, or her slogans e.g. "RealAmerica".

    Jurors remain dead-locked in Palin e-mail case

  • When they found 91 pin numbers in the phone hacker's house, didn't it occur to them that these might be kept for criminal purposes?

    Phone-hacking evidence? It's in the bags | Simon Hoggart's sketch

  • Microsoft provided this excerpt of the hacker's message:

    Microsoft reports scareware decline, praise from hackers

  • But even if this hacker's boast turns out to be untrue, "it should be a wake-up call to all carriers," says Davie.

    T-Mobile mum on hacker claim

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