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Specialist (Technology and Hacking, Ethical) 

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What are the possible repercussions and penalties of illegally hacking corporate and government facilities?

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What are some examples of infamous illegal hacks and how did they disrupt things?

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As an ethical hacker, how do you combat such activity?

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In the movies, you see hackers routing things round the world to throw people off their scent. Is that true? How do illegal hackers go about disguising what they're doing, not getting caught?

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Where does the ethical hacker community get their best talent?

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Is it possible to generate some sort of code based on all available data that surrounds a market crash?

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And is it possible to map that code against current market data and see if it matches, head it off before it happens?

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Specialist (Technology and Hacking, Activist) 

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If there was life-saving technology in the world and we weren't being given it, like a definitive drug or new energy source, how do you think a hacker might try and access it and release it to those from whom its been hidden so long?

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And what do you think about the possible repercussions and penalties of doing that?

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What are some examples of famous hacks and how did they disrupt things?

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In the movies, you see hackers routing things round the world to throw people off their scent. Is that true? How do hackers go about disguising what they're doing, not getting caught?

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Some hacks happen not to enrich the hacker but to make things better when people don't listen to logic or any sort of moral code. What's the split between hacking for greed and hacking for the good of mankind?

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So, following on from that, are you aware of the Gary McKinnon case? Is this the perfect example of how the selfless acts of hackers can benefit humanity?

(Gary McKinnon is a British hacker who was accused in 2002 of perpetrating the "biggest military computer hack of all time," although McKinnon himself states that he was merely looking for evidence of free energy suppression and a cover-up of UFO activity and other technologies potentially useful to the public).

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Given the fact that people cannot tackle the powers that be head on to obtain what is rightfully ours, is it possible that hackers represent perhaps the only way we can release the information?

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Is it possible to generate some sort of code based on all available data that surrounds a market crash?

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And is it possible to map that code against current market data and see if it matches, head it off before it happens?

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Is it possible to somehow hack into something in the stock market that interferes with trades?

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In light of recent investigations into voting fraud, where a US election adjudicator was recorded voting on behalf of people who hadn't voted, how much faith should we have in elections?

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In any case, do elections matter or are they just a smokescreen?

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