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A hacker broke into 420,000 computers to create this stunning GIF.

AN ANONYMOUS RESEARCHER took control over some 420,000 Internet connected-devices in order to “map the whole Internet in a way nobody had done before.”

We read about this project on Motherboard.

The researcher came up with several beautiful still and moving images, including this .GIF, which shows where people around the world log-in to the Internet, and at what time.

Internet Census 2012

- Nicholas Carlson

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