Monday, September 10, 2012

Life is serene without the internet, says teen hacker...

A Scots teenager who admitted hacking into the websites of the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) and other prominent organisations said life is "serene" without access to the internet.

Jake Davis, 19, admitted conspiring to carry out a "denial of service" attack on the crime agency at Southwark Crown Court in June. He also admitted hacking the NHS website.

Davis, from the island of Yell, faced five charges following a Met Police investigation into the hacking groups LulzSec and Anonymous.


“I'm often asked: what is life like without the net? It seems strange that humans have evolved and adapted for thousands of years without this simple connectivity, and now we in modern society struggle to comprehend existence without it. In a word, life is serene.

"I now find myself reading newspapers as though they weren't ancient scrolls; entering real shops with real money in order to buy real products, and not wishing to Photoshop a cosmic being of unspeakable horror into every possible social situation. Nothing needs to be captioned or made into an elaborate joke to impress a citizenry whose every emotion is represented by a sequence of keystrokes." Full story...

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