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  • Tasneem Memon
    hack1 —v. 1 cut or chop roughly. 2 Football etc. kick the shin of (an opponent). 3 (often foll. by at) deliver cutting blows. 4 cut (one s way) through
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 21, 2004
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      hack1  �v. 1 cut or chop roughly. 2 Football etc. kick the shin of (an opponent). 3 (often foll. by at) deliver cutting blows. 4 cut (one's way) through foliage etc. 5 colloq. gain unauthorized access to (data in a computer).
       
       
      hacker  n. 1 person or thing that hacks or cuts roughly. 2 colloq. a person whose hobby is computing or computer programming. b person who uses a computer to gain unauthorized access to a computer network.


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    • Ofir Carny
      ... Only defiinition 2a is relevant in this mailng list, and in polite society in general, if you want to interview criminals, go look for them somewhere else.
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 22, 2004
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        Tasneem Memon wrote:

        > hacker n. 1 person or thing that hacks or cuts roughly. _2 colloq. a
        > person whose hobby is computing or computer programming. *b person who
        > uses a computer to gain unauthorized access to a computer network.*_
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        Only defiinition 2a is relevant in this mailng list, and in polite
        society in general, if you want to interview criminals, go look for them
        somewhere else.

        Our definition is in http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hackers-il/ -
        Creative programming discussed intelligently.
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