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There’s a heavily liked / commented post on Facebook doing the rounds at the moment, and unfortunately it’s the latest reappearance of a very old spam missive related to passport page tearing shenanigans. Here’s a shot of the post – you may well have seen this one before: Click to Enlarge 3,500+ shares, 2,300+ likes, […]

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The FBI’s takedown of file sharing site Megaupload continues to make both headlines and waves. Megaupload’s larger-than-life founder, who these days answers to the name Kim Dotcom, certainly likes to show off. He and his crew ran a bunch of swanky, top-of-the-range cars with in-your-face number plates such as GOOD, EVIL, MAFIA, HACKER, STONED, GOD […]

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A 23-year-old man, suspected of being a member of the LulzSec hacking gang, has pleaded not guilty to an attack on the Sony Pictures website. Cody Kretsinger, from Phoenix, Arizona, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and unauthorized impairment of a protected computer during a hearing at Los Angeles District Court. Kretsinger is alleged to be […]

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