Celebrity hacking is rapidly becoming the thing of 2005. After pulling phone numbers off Paris Hilton's phone, a hacker has gotten access to Fred Durst's computer, where he found a movie of the Limp Bizkit singer being intimate with some lady.
The lesson here is that celebrities, just like ordinary people, need to make sure their computers and devices are secure. But there is an intriguing byline in the story: "The US secret service is currently investigating [the Fred Durst hack] and the Paris Hilton case."
The US government has never shown the slightest interest in the cyber security of its citizens. If it would, it would have passed legislation that forced anyone from Microsoft to Real Networks to start shipping secure products.
Last year thousands of people fell victim to phishing scams and identity theft. But now that Durst's penis is out in the open, this is cause for investigation by the US secret service?
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