Subject: Kids Don't See Hackers as Bad PeopleApparently not, there's not a single hacker in the bunch at http://www.badpeopleproject.org ;) Guess they're not scary enough. We upgraded the Bad People research project and gallery and now need your submissions too. Hand a child paper and pencil to draw you a picture of a bad person. Don't give hints, suggestions, or influence the child in any way. Ask the child to explain the picture to you. Scan/photograph that picture with explanation and e-mail it to the Bad People Project. We don't need names but we do need regional location, gender, and age. It's that easy! All your submissions count and you ISECOM readers are from all around the world which makes it even better as a cultural study in security. Thanks in advance for your participation and enjoy the new gallery. Sincerely, -pete.
If you have kids in the taget age group help them do this research, have your kids draw what they think a bad person looks like. There are some really reallly bad looking people in the gallery already. (knife and gun toting mummies, etc.) but it's not a contest to see who comes up with the worst bad-guy, they want to see all of the the variety of what kids think real-life bad-guys are like.