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Via: Ben_Hall
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A hacker group called OurMine logged on to Facebook mogul Mark Zuckerberg's Pinterest, Twitter and Linkedin accounts this weekend with his terribly unsafe password: dadada. Fortunately for him, it appears not to be a very malicious hack, they left messages on his profiles saying, "We are just testing your security". This has sparked a lot of talk about internet and password security. It's also garnered some snarky comments about the way Facebook deals with your information.  


via @PrisonPlanet

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Via: Wired
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Via Wired:

Then came the message from Christine Tien Wang, a 28-year-old artist and prison abolition activist. McKinlay had popped up in her search for 6-foot guys with blue eyes near UCLA, where she was pursuing her master's in fine arts. They were a 91 percent match.

He met her at the sculpture garden on campus. From there they walked to a college sushi joint. He felt it immediately. They talked about books, art, music. When she confessed that she'd made some tweaks to her profile before messaging him, he responded by telling her all about his love hacking. The whole story.

"I thought it was dark and cynical," she says. "I liked it."

It was first date number 88. A second date followed, then a third. After two weeks they both suspended their OkCupid accounts.
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In light of the tragic events of May 20, 2013, when a massive tornado struck Moore, OK and killed at least 24 people, the Westboro Baptist Church, perpetually high in the standings for 'Worlds Biggest Scumbags,' made the website GodHatesOklahoma.com.

A hacker known only as The Jester wasn't having any of WBC's crap though. He stole the domain name right out of the church's hands, made the above image of Jesus flipping the birdy as the site's welcome screen, and redirects it after 5 seconds to this page.

Well done, Jester. Well. Done.