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Christopher Wilson is a 22-year-old computer science student with Aspergers syndrome. Hes also facing six months in prison for refusing to hand over the encryption keys to police during the course of an investigation. Wilson first found himself on the wrong side of the long arm of the law in October of 2012.

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Anthony Hariton, a computer science student at the University of Crete, plans to present his findings at next months Hack in the Box Security Conference (HITBSecConf) 2014 in Amsterdam. His presentation, entitled Exploiting Passbook to Fly for Free, will theoretically tell users how to generate fake boarding passes using only a computer and an iPhone. […]

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A Southern California computer science student has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for hacking the computers of a future Miss Teen USA and other young women to try to force them to send nude photographs or undress on camera for him.

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