FIRST LOOK: Anonymous hacks into BART site after agency blocked cell phone use for commuters

Liz Goodwin
August 15, 2011

Welcome to First Look, our daily roundup of early-bird news:

• National Beef recalled 60,000 pounds of beef for e coli. (AP)

• Warren Buffet says the rich are being coddled. (New York Times)

• The NAACP says the white teens caught on tape beating a black man may be responsible for more violence in the area. (ABC)

• New court cases show kids can be punished for bad behavior online, even if it happens outside of school. (Atlantic Wire)

• The Northwest Passage is now open for longer periods due to global warming, a boon for shipping companies. (NPR)

• It's unlikely that Geithner or Bernanke have any new economy-boosting tricks up their sleeves. (Washington Post)

• Anonymous hacked into the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) web site and published user info after the agency announced it would block cell phone use. (PC World)

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