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All about e-cigarettes

All about e-cigarettes

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All about e-cigarettes has a consumer rating of 4 stars from 2 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally satisfied with their purchases. All about e-cigarettes also ranks 15th among Ecigarettes sites.

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“Gary McKinnon is an Asperger's sufferer who hacked...”

Chris O.
11/3/10

Gary McKinnon is an Asperger's sufferer who hacked into the US Department of Defense computers in 2002, looking for proof of a UFO cover-up. He didn't find it too challenging - some of the top-secret systems didn't even have passwords, something that real terrorists hadn't thought to check. Well, it's not what you'd expect, is it. He was so astonished by the lack of protection he even left a message pointing out how useless their security was. Being an Asperger's sufferer means that not only did he innocently leave clues to his identity, but when questioned, immediately confessed to everything he was charged with. Asperger's sufferers can't lie. Since then, the US government has been trying to extradite him as a terrorist, under the special arrangement with the UK that allows them to do so without having to prove their case. Read more here, and decide if you would like to help the campaign to keep Gary in the UK. There is also a good article from the Daily Mail here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1197190/They-let-terrorists-stay-send-boy--whos-timid-use-Tube--terrible-U-S-jail.html

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chriso1
654 reviews
3,240 helpful votes
November 3rd, 2010
Gary McKinnon is an Asperger's sufferer who hacked into the US Department of Defense computers in 2002, looking for proof of a UFO cover-up. He didn't find it too challenging - some of the top-secret systems didn't even have passwords, something that real terrorists hadn't thought to check. Well, it's not what you'd expect, is it. He was so astonished by the lack of protection he even left a message pointing out how useless their security was.

Being an Asperger's sufferer means that not only did he innocently leave clues to his identity, but when questioned, immediately confessed to everything he was charged with. Asperger's sufferers can't lie.

Since then, the US government has been trying to extradite him as a terrorist, under the special arrangement with the UK that allows them to do so without having to prove their case.

Read more here, and decide if you would like to help the campaign to keep Gary in the UK. There is also a good article from the Daily Mail here:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1197190/They-let-terrorists-stay-send-boy--whos-timid-use-Tube--terrible-U-S-jail.html
jamieo5
6 reviews
9 helpful votes
January 26th, 2014
Dont matter what he did really, for a hacker would think the site would be much nicer and contain much more information.
Was hoping to find some content or guides or anything helpfull but nothing

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