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Pena is the first person to be charged by U.S. authorities with VoIP hacking, but he almost avoided prosecution. He skipped bail after his arrest, and was only captured after his Mexican girlfriend turned him in in early 2009.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. NEVER, EVER let your girlfriend know what is going on if you are commiting crimes/running from the law/etc. It gets you in trouble every time.
Also, what about more subtle vandalism, the kind that's hard to detect? A few edits that introduce bias in an article, for example. It's this reason that college students everywhere read wikipedia to get a general idea of a topic, and then go elsewhere to places they can actually cite in a paper.
Anoesj Sadraee It's great to hear and see that big companies like Facebook are so open with what they do. That's rare, very rare. Thanks!
Anne Uriarte ~facebook is stiLL sooo sLow for uz irr! >;'((
Phil McBride this site is becoming less secure lately... hackers are becoming more and more intelligent, i would know, cuz im a white hat lol
Obviously, the error was caused by too many people not keeping it real.
Could bees be modern-day sentinels like the canaries once used as warning signals of toxic gases in coal mines?
Just what we need, there will be swarms of honey bees at airports, in parking lots, and at work, all testing the air quality. Somehow the whole "swarm of bees" thing scares me more than the actual pollution - at least canaries were cute.