Hackers infiltrate SA illicit financial flows conference with porn clip

Participants at a highbrow anti-corruption conference in Cape Town this week stopped short of standing in a circle singing Kumbaya, such was their unity of purpose around beneficial ownership transparency (BOT).

BOT is not to be confused with a computer robot, the type that was probably responsible for the porn film that hackers briefly projected onto the screens at the start of the conference.

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Greg Ardé
Greg Ardé is a writer interested in issues of equity, entrepreneurship and how cities function. He lives in Durban and has a diploma in journalism. He started his first media job in 1990 and has since worked for a variety of newspapers and magazines, and written three biographies.

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