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Public Address 19 October 2012 - H4x0rs and You

Public Address 19 October 2012 - H4x0rs and You

H4x0rs and You
16:02 Oct 19, 2012 in OnPoint by Keith Ng
"No good can come of a hacker talking to a TV journalist," my hacker friend said when I asked him to go on camera for a TV journo. He was goddamn right. I gave Paul Craig's name to one journalist...
http://publicaddress.net/onpoint/h4x0rs-and-you/

Music: It's Choice
11:03 Oct 19, 2012 in Hard News by Russell Brown
You could tell they were expecting people who perhaps didn't get out much to gigs at the Critics' Choice prize final at King's Arms on Wednesday night. Barely was I in the door before I was greeted warmly and alerted...
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/music-its-choice/

Special Sources
9:44 Oct 17, 2012 in Hard News by Russell Brown
Keith Ng did not, as some people thought, give up his source on the Ministry of Social Development's terrible privacy and security breach this. What he did do was preemptively name Ira Bailey in this blog post, after the New...
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/special-sources/

The Source
18:40 Oct 15, 2012 in OnPoint by Keith Ng 217
Update: A journalist called up earlier knowing Ira's name, and asked me to confirm him as my source. It was clear that somebody had given her the name, and the story was due to be published tomorrow. Sorry I wasn't...
http://publicaddress.net/onpoint/the-source/

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