First Wikipedia and now this....Slashdot has some info...Drew Curtis believes FOX hacked him... The first rule of hacking, after all, is "Don't get c
August 17, 2007

First Wikipedia and now this....Slashdot has some info...Drew Curtis believes FOX hacked him...

The first rule of hacking, after all, is "Don't get caught." And Fox newsman Darrell Phillipsmay have broken that rule, says Drew Curtis. Curtis, left, is the founder of Fark.com, a thoroughly juvenile, and entertaining, social news site where users pick the headlines. Phillips, to his right, is the new media manager at WHBQ Fox13, a News Corp.-owned TV station in Memphis, Tenn. And Curtis claims to have assembled all-but-conclusive electronic evidence that Phillips has tried to hack into Fark's servers, potentially breaking several laws...read on

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