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11/7/2014
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Cartoon: Who's Writing All That Malware?

Our cartoonist reminisces on a simpler time for pocket money.

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Brian Moore is a cartoonist and illustrator. His first brush with the world of IT was a very part-time gig applying software patches on a TRS-80 Model III. The patches were about four lines long and arrived in the mail, typed on letterhead. He has since moved on to computers ... View Full Bio
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Susan Fourtané
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11/10/2014 | 3:22:04 PM
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Pedro, 

Some parents should not be parents in the first place. I always say there should be some education for those who want to be parents. Then again, there are those whose irresponsibility go so far that they just get pregnant by accident and have even less responsibility to lead the live of a new being who comes to this world like a "tabula rasa." It's the job of the adults to guide those new lives. 

Some parents don't know themselves right from wrong. How do you expect them to teach what they don't know? That's why I say they should never be parents.

-Susan
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11/9/2014 | 4:44:55 AM
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Pedro, 

Times have changed, technology has evolved, and kids have adult models to follow. Kids are not the ones to blame, adults are the only ones responsible for what kids do.

No one comes to this world and after spending ten years or so on the planet becomes a young hacker if that is not what he has around.

-Susan 
Ariella
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Ariella,
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11/7/2014 | 2:40:27 PM
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