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Nella vita degli altri. Competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing"

Written by Chiara Bertazzoni

A story selected in the second "round" of the competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing". Available in Italian language.
Nella vita degli altri. L'idea. Quella giusta. Gli comparve davanti una notte. La tredicesima, per la precisione. La tredicesima notte di reclusione.
Se doveva stare in quella stanza, senza sapere per quanto e senza avere prospettive, almeno avrebbe potuto rendere fruttuoso quel tempo.
Si alzò e accese il computer. Si collegò a Facebook e cominciò a passare in rassegna i suoi cosiddetti amici. Chi erano davvero quelle persone?...

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Fishmaster. Competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing"

Written by Lorenzo Peca

A story selected in the second "round" of the competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing". Available in English and Italian languages.
Fishmaster. In the morning of March 12 Andreas Briggle swallowed an egg. Not for breakfast: despite its appearance, it was a hi-tech storage device which could contain terabytes of data, shielded from most types of scanners. How ironic, Briggle thought, that in a world where data could travel dematerialized through the web, one was compelled to bodily carry it, in order to smuggle it out of the Safe Area...

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Fishes phishing humans. Competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing"

Written by Il gallo del vicino

An artwork selected in the second "round" of the competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing".
"Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing" is a literary-graphic competition on social engineering and phishing, organized by CNIT (Consorzio nazionale interuniversitario per le telecomunicazioni), partner of DOGANA project.
PARTICIPANTS: writers and cartoonists / illustrators.
REGISTRATION: registration is free and open to people residing in EU countries...

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Replaced, by Emiliano S Verga. First story selected within the competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing"

Written by Emiliano S. Verga

First story selected within the competition "Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing". Available in italian language.
Replaced. "Grazie per aver acquistato un biglietto con noi: inserisci i dettagli del volo e scopri se hai vinto!". Va bene proviamo anche questo concorso: allora, partenza venerdì 17 marzo... ore 8.30... destinazione Londra... codice volo... posto fila 4 Lettera C... nome viaggiatore Lucio Tonno. "Mi dispiace non hai vinto: grazie per aver partecipato! Continua a volare con noi". Me lo aspettavo, in fondo, sarà per la prossima volta. Ora spengo il PC, che è già tardi e... Cosa? Non può scrivere adesso: che ore sono? È già passata da un pezzo la mezzanotte! Perché il mio capo mi scrive ora?

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The DOGANA literary-graphic competition begins. Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT

"Contraband Pixels & Texts, or... make stories, not phishing" is a literary-graphic competition on social engineering and phishing, organized by CNIT (Consorzio nazionale interuniversitario per le telecomunicazioni), partner of DOGANA project.
Participants: writers and cartoonists / illustrators.
Registration: registration is free and open to people residing in EU countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg , Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary), Israel and Switzerland.
Rules: participants (writers and / or illustrators) must submit artworks coherent with the competition theme...

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