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On the contrary, it was exceptional. Extended and concentrated media attention on the film helped frame early government discussion about internet regulation in parental instead of punitive terms. Attention to the film privileged visions of computer network users as juvenile and anti-establishment and of the technology itself as a dangerous security risk in need of regulation. Policymakers echoed these representations in internet policy debates. The film’s engagement of this powerful “teen technology” discourse may have ultimately helped news organizations align with government institutional power as this discourse disempowered images of the computer network as a benign tool, lending weight to policy images that viewed networks as a potential threat to domestic security and as a space in need of government regulation.
As previously mentioned, the word “internet” was not commonly applied to computer networking until the late 1980s and early 1990s. 44 Both the Washington Post and the New York Times ran regular columns specifically designed to relay basic computing information to the Regulating Teenagers and Teenaged Technology >> 31 pre-computer generation and to make computer spaces navigable to nonexpert users. In an article about programmer Michael Wise, who wrote the video game Captain Goodnight, Time magazine wrote, “The lines of code Wise types into his Apple IIe may look like a meaningless string of letters and numbers, but they are the crucial link between computers and the people who use them.
Although the film presented the grade-change hack as a rather harmless rebellion, or a “kids-will-be-kids” infraction, the film also suggested that teen hackers were more susceptible to foreign infiltration and therefore threats to national security. In the film, one FBI agent, Nigen, described Lightman to his military colleagues: “He does fit the profile perfectly. He was intelligent, but an under-achiever; alienated from his parents; has few friends. ”86 This description suggested that Lightman’s hacking activities substituted for “more meaningful” activities, preventing him from being “safely” involved in community action and therefore inaccessible to infiltration.