The New Yorker: Nicholas Schmidle on retributive hacking

Nicholas Schmidle writes for The New Yorker about the temptation for companies targeted by hackers to “hack back” and the grey legality of vigilante responses. “Freelance sleuthing,” he writes, is “perilous legal terrain.” He was a fellow in Pakistan in 2006-2008.

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