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Dow and Verio respond to attack
The Yes Men impersonate the WTO
The etoy Fund
The Presidential Exploratory Committee
The World Trade Organization
The Archimedes Project
Project LOFT (Art Inspection)
Deconstructing Beck
Phone In Sick Day 2002
The Zapatista Floodnet
The Secret Writer's Society hack
Popotla vs. Titanic
The Barbie Liberation Organization
The SimCopter hack
The Threat of Millennium
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Articles without project focus
Selected archive of recent press
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'Rogue' sites (open)
Oct. 1999 press release press
Shell Oil (makes new window)
McDonalds (makes new window)
Untitled #29.95

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'Rogue' sites Past projects / Ongoing projects / "rogue" sites
The work of stealing bad websites, scrapping them, and forging good from their remains is still going strong. ®TMark's contributions to the genre include,,, and the Shell and McDonalds websites below. Countless other examples exist, including a masterful attack on Austria's crypto-nazi "Freedom Party" (see press release below); the Vatican itself, in collaboration with Network Solutions, recently made history with a bit of legal subversion against its own "rogue" attacker.
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