Teen charged with hacking
Tokyo police have served a new arrest warrant to a 17-years- old boy. They say he admitted to hacking into the systems of a school board in southwestern Japan. The boy was previously brought to Tokyo and arrested for uploading illegal programs that gave people free access to pay TV.
Police say they checked the boy’s computer and other electronic devices at his home in Saga City, and they found a large amount of data they believe is from a senior high school in Saga Prefecture. It includes the names, addresses and the school performance of students. Usually, only teachers can access the information. Police say they found traces of his unauthorized entry into the system, and they say he admitted to hacking into it three times.
The movie is kind of a reminder that … we were born blind. Through life experiences, and through language acquisition and also emotions, we learn how to see.
‐Why did you name this film “Imagine” ?
‐I thought about the title a long time. The original title was even different. It was “Blind Watching.” We also considered other titles, but “Imagine” says strictly the idea we are going to convey in this film.
‐We don’t need perfection in our seeing, in our behaving. We don’t have to … have perfect bodies or perfect knowledge or whatever.
‐Imagination is something that allows us to understand many things which surround us. And this is very simple but, I think, original. This was the main idea of the movie.
‐I suppose many of the blind children don’t have experience acting?
‐Well, my way of working with kids of that kind is that I never direct too much. I only explain what is the situation. I usually accept their improvisation. In fact, that gives a lot, that puts a lot into the film. Because with their spontaneous behavior, spontaneous ideas, I get very natural behavior in the film.