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Xemu writes "British Prime Minister Tony Blair's computers have been "hacked" by London law enforcement to find evidence of party political corruption.
The police "hacked" the PCs because they were deeply frustrated by the "very slim" pile of documents that they received after it twice asked the administration for all emails, letters and other material relating to the system of awarding seats in Britain's unelected upper chamber of parliament, the House of Lords, in return for financial support."
M Dot Strange, the first YouTube filmmaker to make it to the big screen at Sundance, draws on Kabuki theater, the Brothers Quay and early Ninja Gaiden in his frenetic tale of alienation, freedom and conformity. By Jason Silverman.