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Hacking: The New National Pastime?

January 31, 2013 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

What a difference a day makes — or, in this particular case, eight months or so.

Less than a year ago, retailer Barnes & Noble yanked an issue of Linux Format magazine from its U.S. shelves because of a cover story on the topic of “hacking.”

“A complaint was made,” explained the announcement last May on Linux Format’s TuxRadar blog.

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