Ever wonder what it's like to be hacked? Sarah Jeong did. So naturally, she decided to ask someone to hack her.

Jeong isn't just a random thrill-seeker — she's a respected technology journalist and lawyer, and she knew exactly what she was getting into when she recruited her friend Cooper Quintin of the Electronic Frontier Foundation to help her out. She wrote about her experience in GQ.

All it took was a couple of hours and some readily available tools, and Jeong joined the approximately 12% of the population who have fallen for a hack.

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When 11-year-old Reuben Paul took the stage at the International One Conference, the audience didn't know what was in store for them.  

In front of the fascinated audience, Reuben proceeded to hack his teddy bear.

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Leslie Jones had the best Emmys moment when she refused to let Twitter haters shame her.

The 'Ghostbusters' star had a majorly memorable moment at the Emmys.

It's usually one of the more forgettable moments in any awards broadcast: the segment when accountants explain how they've tabulated the votes.

If you've watched a televised awards show anytime in the last couple of decades, you probably know the moment I'm talking about. The accountants come out on stage for a few minutes. Then they talk about how they've tabulated the votes and kept the info safe.

Sometimes, the show's producers will try to incorporate a little skit into the segment (this doesn't always work out so great).

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