Liberal bias aside, journalists hate telling a one-sided story, so the Red Herring needed a source sympathetic to Hewlett-Packard's phone-record-snooping chairwoman, Patricia Dunn. Someone who's done their own social engineering. Someone hardcore. And writer Brian Caulfield found one: Kevin Mitnick.
The convicted hacker tells Red Herring how HP got board members' personal phone records through lying and possible felony, why he's sorry for Dunn, and why hope for the paranoid comes from 7/11.
Kevin Mitnick on HP's Hack Attack [Red Herring]