January 12, 2005

T-Mobile 0wned

T-Mobile's aspirations to provide data services to large enterprises will have an interesting time recovering from news that twenty-one year-old Nicolas Jacobsen has had free reign within T-mobile's system. Of course Nicolas was dumb enough to get caught - and a secret service agent ?!? was dumb enough to use a Sidekick for emailing and reading highly classified documents.

Posted by Abner on January 12, 2005 03:17 PM
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