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Hacking, Activism and more of the latter Jonathan J. Klinger, Adv.

Jonathan J. Klinger

on 20 December 2010

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Transcript of Hacktivism

Hacking Activism
Jonathan J. Klinger, Adv. Hacktivism Hacking to cut or sever with repeated irregular or unskillful blows To program a computer in a clever, virtuosic, and wizardly manner. To jury-rig or improvise something inelegant but effective, usually as a temporary solution to a problem. hacking is not just
breaking into computers cc-by-sa-nc-nd Christophe Verdier So what does hacking include? Coding; Tweaking; Breaking; Making Stuff of; The art of writing non-elegant code small changes to make a difference Building on errors of others The gentle art of being right Activism Organization Hierarchy Planned Activities Accountability Hacktivism Thanks;
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