jfruh writes: "Ever wonder what the best way is to make yourself a target of computer hacking? Turns out it's advocating for Tibetan independence. "No organized group receives targeted attacks with a higher volume or more regularity than Tibetan activists," says one security expert. "Everyone, from the personal envoys to the Dalai Lama to student activists in San Francisco, gets hammered day in and day out, often times with pretty high octane stuff.""
"What a wonder is USENET; such wholesale production of conjecture from
such a trifling investment in fact."
-- Carl S. Gutekunst