By Nick Farrell
02 May 2006
COMMUTERS ON ONE of Canada's busiest trade routes were amused when the
LED message board announced that Prime Minister Stephen Harper eats
Instead of announcing the next stop, the LED board on the GO trains,
seemed to feel that it was very important that the world knew about
Harper's dining habits.
Alas, no one seems to have snapped a picture of the phenomenon, but
the story has been confirmed by the people running the possessed LED
board, Exclusive Advertising. The outfit said that its LED board had
been hacked and the message had not been authorised by it, or GO
Exclusive Advertising said that it was sprucing up on its security
after the incident. However, the press release, here , seems more
interested in catching the hacker than apologising to Harper.
It also repeats the LED comments in big bold letters in case you were
left wondering what the Hacker claimed. =B5
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