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How a lone hacker shredded the myth of crowdsourcing — Backchannel — Medium

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Meet Adam. He’s a mid-level engineer at a mid-level software company in a cookie-cutter California office park. He can code a handful of languages, has a penchant for computer vision and enjoys soccer and skiing. In short, Adam has little to distinguish him from legions of other programmers in the Bay Area. Except that over a couple of nights in 2011, he stopped thousands of people from sharing in $50,000, nudged the American military in a new direction, ...


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