Andrea Hernandez on Tuesday was ordered to wear an RFID tracking badge that she claims bears the "mark of the beast", but by Friday she had turned the case right back around, asking a federal appeals court to overturn the order to either wear a chip-less badge or change schools.
The Texas high school has been temporarily blocked from suspending the student, who objects to the mandatory tracking IDs on reasons having to do with privacy and religion.
BSides Austin - Security tools for the cloud, password storage, GoogleTV hacks, card key hacking and how to get ahead in IT
There were lots of fantastic presentations at BSides Austin last week, here are a few of our favorites.
A British scientist at the University of Reading is claiming to be the first human to be "infected with a computer virus". According to a report on BBC News, Dr Mark Gasson, a senior research fellow working at the university's Read more…