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Is MBTA guilty of a misstep in hacker lawsuit?

By Scott Kirsner
Globe Correspondent / August 18, 2008

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Faster than a speeding Orange Line. The MBTA sued this month to try to stop three MIT students from talking at a hackers' convention about security flaws they'd uncovered in the T's CharlieCard system. Kristen Amico, a blogger at Schwartz Communications in Waltham, called the move "a giant misstep given [that] this is the Internet age and not the Middle ... (Full article: 694 words)

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