(Jorge Ribas/The Washington Post)
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How a hacker group came to Washington
In May 1998, a group of hackers with names like Space Rogue and Kingpin testified before a Senate committee that they could take down the Internet in 30 minutes. The Washington Post interviewed two of the members of the collective, known as L0PHT, about how they met – and how they ended up on Capitol Hill.
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