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+ - DEFCON's Latest Challenge: Hacking Altruism->

Submitted by jfruh
jfruh writes: A casual observer at the latest DEFCON conference in Las Vegas might not have noticed much change from last year — still tons of leather, piercing, and body art, still groups of men gathered in darkened ballroons furiously typing commands. But this year there's a new focus: hacking not just for the lulz, but focusing specifically on highlighting comptuer security problems that have the potential to do real-world physical harm to human beings.
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DEFCON's Latest Challenge: Hacking Altruism

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