Monday, May 26, 2008

Hackers Add Porn to Library's "Dial-a-Story" Line

Benicia, California police are investigating a hacking incident which placed an X-rated recording about the intimate relationship between a dog and a pig on the Benicia Public Library's dial-a-story service.

Normally, the story line has fairy tales and children's books such as "The Three Little Pigs" or "Goldilocks." But Geri Engberg and her 6-year-old daughter heard something decidedly different: a pornographic, profanity-laced story about the dog and pig's relationship.

Library director Diane Smikahl said the dial-a-story system requires a four-digit code to change the recording and had not been hacked before. The story was immediately changed once Engberg reported the incident.

Police indicate that anyone caught would face computer hacking charges.

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Anonymous said...

Hackers are not criminals, so it's pretty safe to say that no hacker added that story.

Compare:

This definition
vs.
this definition.

I expect that kind of thing from newspapers and such, but I would have thought that people online were starting to learn. Go figure. You owe some people an apology for that, I think.

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