Australian Left Review


McKenzie Wark


Last month a West German by the name of Markus Hess was given an 18-month suspended sentence after being found guilty of a bizarre series of international computer hacking offences. Ironically, he and his associates in the Kaos Komputer Klub had been selling information on American military-base computers to members of Eastern European security organisations who have, by now, radically altered their strategic outlook, been thrown in jail, or been elected to parliament - take your pick.



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