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A Gift for the Hackers

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Increasingly devices like printers and scanners are being connected directly to the Internet. It’s all very convenient, bit is it safe?

Your mobile, your printer, your hard drive, everything is connected… but it’s like a Swiss cheese. Medical files, financial information, and trade secrets, they’re all there for the taking.

It’s shocking, it should not be allowed. It’s a design flaw. Is this vulnerability in

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Free the Network

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A documentary about the Occupy Wall Street, hacktivism, and the hackers trying to build a distributed network for the Occupy movement and beyond.

You’re on the Internet. What does that mean? Most likely, it means one of a handful of telecommunications providers is middlemanning your information from Point A to Point B.

Fire off an email or a tweet, broadcast a livestream or upload video

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Hackers: Outlaws and Angels

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This alarming program reveals the daily battle between the Internet’s outlaws and the hackers who oppose them by warding off system attacks, training IT professionals and police officers, and watching cyberspace for signs of imminent infowar.

Through interviews with frontline personnel from the Department of Defense, NYPD’s computer crime squad, private detective firm Kroll Associates, X-Force Threat Analysis Service, and several notorious crackers, the program

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Online Privacy, Expert Roundtable

The latest 5Across video show from PBS MediaShift is about Online Privacy and is part of an in-depth series at MediaShift on how people can protect their privacy online. The show includes Joanne McNabb from the California Office of Privacy Protection, Lee Tien from the EFF, Anne Toth of Yahoo, Declan McCullagh of CNET and Ryan Calo from Stanford.

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Cyberwars: To Catch a Little Fish

“Sometime in 1996, a 15-year-old Chinese teenager known as “”Little Fish”” reportedly hacked into the CIA’s master computer. Whether his story is true or not, the search for Little Fish leads us to the fascinating world of hacking. Meet the fourteen to twenty-year-old “”hackers”” from Asia who are breaking into the high tech computer systems in the West every day. They often leave their signature

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Download: True Story of the Internet

1. Browser Wars – This is the story of an epic battle between America’s mightiest corporation and a small group of “computer geeks” who created a revolutionary technology.

2. Search – In a few short years, a new and unique way of finding information revolutionized the Web. In the process, Google grew into one of the largest companies in the United States.

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