EFF privacy attorney gets pranked by interns and LOLCats

When Electronic Frontier Foundation privacy lawyer Kevin Bankston announced that he was locking his office door to "prevent pranks" by this summer's crop of interns, the interns took it as a personal challenge. They figured out how to get into his office (they had the universal key!), took some pix, and then made a snappy little LOLCats animation commemorating the event. The LOLCats are especially ironic, given that Kevin's cat recently ran away from home, prompting a discussion of whether it's morally consistent for a privacy specialist to insert an RFID tag into his pets.


(Thanks, Amy!)

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