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[31 Aug 2008 | No Comment | 704 supporters]

In 1985, when he was fourteen and in high school in Escondido, California, Anderson was subject to one of the largest FBI raids in California history after hacking into a Chase Manhattan Bank computer system and subsequently showing his friends how to do it.
MySpace and Anderson would not comment on this post. But most of the information is now available online as news articles from the 1980s (and earlier) have been added to Google and other search engines. We came across an initial article accidentally and started investigating from there. …

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[8 Apr 2008 | No Comment | 643 supporters]

SAN FRANCISCO – Monday, April 7, 2008 – imeem, the leading social media network, announced today it has acquired SNOCAP, the leading technology company for digital rights and content management. This strategic acquisition provides imeem with powerful content identification technology, a comprehensive Digital Registry, and an enhanced team of executive and engineering talent. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The acquisition also expands the mix of products and services the imeem social network offers to artists and music labels to help them take advantage of new opportunities to …

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[3 Mar 2008 | No Comment | 636 supporters]

While Digg.com may not be quite as heavily visited as sites like Myspace and Facebook, it provides an opportunity for any webmaster to generate free traffic and links to his or her website. First off, let me state that it is very possible to get thousands of hits in just one or two days using Digg. However, do not expect this rush of visitors to be overly profitable – at least not initially.
Digg users are almost all technically savvy, meaning they most likely will not click on your ads or …