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You wanted to know who I am Zero Cool Well let me explain the New World Order Governments and corporations need people like you and me We are samurai the keyboard cowboys and all those other people out there who have no idea whats going on are the cattle Moo Hackers 52 min This quote emphasizes the theme of the book Ive read Trouble and Her Friends by Melissa Scott Sometimes in life you dont always seem to feel in control Well imagine believing that you are but somehow finding out your not India or her alias Trouble was one of those people who were behind the scenes lurking in the shadows She is a person that does not fear such things because she is the one in controluntil she loses it Can you imagine being free as a bird lurking around the net experiencing it with all your senses to the ultimate limit Then as quickly as you were out on your own you are tragically yanked off the net because of a law passed by Congress Well this is indeed what happened to Trouble She is forced to run away from everyone and everyone she knows in order to start her life over again SYSCOP the actual person who prevents people that Trouble was from doing what they do But Trouble netwalker no longer exists Only India Carless SYSCOP to SVI-four walks around living her normal life But when a hacker resurfaces using her former identity it means trouble for India Although her cover as a small commune SYSCOP is very comfortable her chase from the minions of the law has just begun McCormick line 14 So these authorities believe that this new Trouble is indeed out there and is indeed the same person it once was But India and her friends go forth in search of who this new Trouble could be As India calls forth her old hacker
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