by Paul Mungo, Bryan Glough
Publisher: ManyBooks 1993
Number of pages: 235
This study offers a somewhat European angle on the 'technological counterculture'. The authors draw on interviews and technical literature to examine the techniques of American and British phreakers, and describe the biggest international gathering of hackers, which took place in Amsterdam in 1989.
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