Hacking away at summer camp

Molly Wood Jun 28, 2013
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Hacking away at summer camp

Molly Wood Jun 28, 2013
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School’s out, which means millions of American kids are off at camp, pitching tents, roasting marshmallows — or, hacking. The online security firm ESET runs a camp for young hackers that encourages them to use their skills for good, not evil.

Marketplace Tech Reporter Queena Kim, who has visited the camp, joins Tech host Mark Garrison to discuss.

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