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Skullphone billboard (not hacking)

Wow, someone may have figured out how to change the giant digital billboards in LA… via F.A.T., Anti-Advertising Agency & Supertouch have more..

Turns out, by “figuring out how = paying” — not interesting, not a hack, not Billboard Liberation…

Right now the enigma that is known only as SKULLPHONE is easily Clear Channel Communications’ greatest enemy in SoCal since he hijacked 10 of the advertising giant’s most prominent digital billboards around LA in Hollywood, Westwood, and the art hotspot of Culver City. Hacking into the billboard’s computer network today, our boy positioned his trademark skullphone imagery in between the array of flashing movie, TV, and auto company ads that make up the normal paid advertising barrage on the giant illuminated monitors.

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