Described as Cyberspace's Most Wanted, Kevin Mitnick became a symbol of government oppression during the late nineties. Between 1995 to 2000, he spent five years in prison, out of which eight months were in solitary confinement. Charges? Wire fraud, interception of wire or electronic communications, unauthorized access to a federal computer, and causing its damage.
The enormous student-loan debt in the United States is old news, but it has returned to the consciousness of the American public as a campaign promise. Democratic candidates, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have laid out their plans to save the country’s heavily indebted graduates -- and dropouts.