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Court blocks security conference talk

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A pair of students were blocked by a state court from presenting information at a Georgia security and hackers’ conference on how to break into and modify a university electronic transactions system.

Washington D.C.-based education software company Blackboard successfully convinced a Georgia state court to block the students’ presentation, which was scheduled to be given at the Interz0ne conference in Atlanta last weekend.

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