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Alright, let's get started. I want to welcome you on behalf of Stanford Law School and the Center for Internet and Society. It's my great pleasure to introduce Kevin Poulsen. He's going to tell you about his new book, "Kingpin: How One Hacker Took Over the Billion-Dollar Cyber Crime Underground." I've read it, and I'm happy to say it's really a fantastic book. I'm not the first person to say so, but one of the reasons I think it's such a great book is that there is probably nobody more qualified in the world to tell the story. Kevin, for those of you who don't know, is an award-winning journalist. He is the co-founder of the "Threat Level" blog in Wired magazine. In his past, he's also been known to make a hacker himself, drawing the unwarranted unwanted attention of the FBI, among others. Even if for those of you who remember the television program "Unsolved Mysteries," he never made it onto "America's Most Wanted." I think he's still a little sore about that. But fortunately, he's putting his talent to good use here. It's on full display in this book. Without any further delay, I want to introduce Kevin Poulsen. So, I want to thank the Center for Internet Society for having me. I am a former hacker, and my thing was hacking the telephone company. In the late 80s and early 90s, I was very into the telephone company systems and how they worked. What got me in the most trouble in the end was I used my access to cheat at radio station phone-in contests to ensure I was the right numbered caller to win prizes. So, I won a Porsche and some cash, and eventually, I wound up doing some time behind that. That's why my hacking...