Why `The Legion Of Doom' Has Little Fear Of The FedsMark Lewyn and Evan I. Schwartz
It was billed as the largest-ever crackdown on computer crime. Last May, 150 gun-toting Secret Service agents raided suspected computer desperados in 14 states for evidence of high-tech chicanery. The feds carted off dozens of computers and thousands of diskettes, leaving behind a bunch of dazed computer nerds. The hacker bust, the government trumpeted, "should convey a message to any computer enthusiast whose interests exceed the ethical use of computers."
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