The site, Australia's Public Transport Victoria, didn't respond, so the 16-year-old hacker's next move was to report it to the media, who in turn contacted PTV, who in response reported him to the police. Ungrateful? Yes. Unfair? Well, no, given that the hacker didn't ask permission to poke into a sensitive database.
Smartphone and Google Glass wearers using the new app will be able to act as a real-time online search that pairs facially recognized images with social media profiles and other online photos and content.
He/she/they could have, but didn't, publish the script for the fourth-season finale. An archive of the hacker's targets show a dizzying array of entertainers, writers, and government and military officials, meaning that even more sensitive data (I know, hard to imagine anything more sensitive than a Downton spoiler) have been accessed.
In a report released today, the UK service Childline reports an 87% increase over last year in children and young people seeking help after suffering cyber-bullying. It also reports that, for the first time ever, more counselling took place online (59%) than by telephone (41%).