1994-12-30 - Re: HACK ATTACK

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From: rah@shipwright.com (Robert Hettinga)
To: Sandy Sandfort <cypherpunks@toad.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-12-30 00:23:08 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 29 Dec 94 16:23:08 PST

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From: rah@shipwright.com (Robert Hettinga)
Date: Thu, 29 Dec 94 16:23:08 PST
To: Sandy Sandfort <cypherpunks@toad.com>
Subject: Re: HACK ATTACK
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At 9:36 AM 12/29/94, Sandy Sandfort wrote:
>Was I the only one who saw ``Hack Attack'' on the Discovery
>Channel?  The promos were typically sensationalistic.  `In cyber-
>space, there is no privacy.'  `Teenage hackers can read, change
>or destroy your computer files.'  `No one is safe.'  Yada, yada,

They should do a Nova episode to set the record straight. Anyone know a
producer at WGBH in Boston?

I might, but the string may be a bit too skinny to pull on.  If anybody
wants to egg me on, send me e-mail, but there might be a more direct
connection than any I could dig up...

Bob Hettinga

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