The Ultimate Invasion of Privacy
Source: Slate - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Privacy How a Chinese hacker used my private nickname, personal emails, and sensitive documents to try to blackmail me. In 2007, I opened an email from an unknown sender. The message greeted me by a nickname known only to family and close friends. I was in Shanghai, unwinding late at night after a long day, pleased to be contacted by someone familiar from across the Pacific. I figured someone close to me must have gotten a new email address. But the note was signed “Eric.” I did not know an Eric.

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