The New Hacker

Friday, December 05, 2008


Last week, a jury in the MySpace suicide case found Lori Drew guilty of violating the site's "terms of service agreement" and that, they said, made her a hacker. The Berkman Center's Christopher Soghoian says according to the agreements on many popular sites (you're supposed to be 18 to use Google!) many of us are hackers.
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Comments [1]

WD Wilson from Toronto

The terms of agreement are known as end user licensing agreements or EULA's. There is a free program available called EULAlyzer , that will reduce the legalese and simplify these documents.

Dec. 06 2008 05:04 PM

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