When programmer Higinio Ochoa wants to share some a batch of new code with his boss, he has to mail it in on paper. Why the roundabout process? Ochoa is a convicted hacker, and his punishment is that he is not allowed to use the internet.
Back in 2012, Ochoa was part of an Anonymous-affiliated hacker group called Cabin Cr3w breaking into police databases. As, you know, hackers do, Ochoa liked to taunt his targets, and one of the thing he’d do is post this bikini photo with the sign. This photo would be his downfall, its unscrubbed metadata leading the FBI to his door. Three years later, Ochoa has been to prison and back. His parole agreement still prohibits him from connecting to the internet.