RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 224745829 LA English T1 In the realm of the hackers A1 Moore, John., Anderson, Kevin., Dreyfus, Suelette., Deakin University., Faculty of Arts., Deakin University., School of History, Heritage and Society., Open Campus Program., PB Learning Services, Deakin University PP Geelong, Vic. YR 2005 AB Produced for undergraduate unit ASL320 (Sex, crime and justice in an electronic age) offered by the Faculty of Arts' School of History, Heritage and Society in Deakin University's Open Campus Program. Includes a help page and links to Deakin University sites. In the late 1980s, Melbourne was the hub of the computer underground in Australia, if not the world. The hackers who formed the underground were not disgruntled computer professionals or gangs of organised criminals. They were disaffected teenagers who used their basic home computers to explore the embryonic Internet from inside their locked, suburban bedrooms. From this shadowy world emerged two elite hackers known as Electron and Phoenix, who formed part of an alliance called The Realm.