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Infotech also makes us vulnerable to information abuse from "hackers, diddlers, and spoofers," as well as from criminals who introduce hazards and high costs into the systems.
These are taken from the book Computer Viruses, Worms, Data Diddlers, Killer Programs, and Other Threats to Your System by John McAfee.
I have often reflected on post-WWII days when the previous day's Liverpool ECHO was the most important commodity any family could have - and not just for favourite features and classic cartoon strips like the Back Entry Diddlers and Curly Wee.
It was in this large broadsheet format, the front page was full of adverts and people were roaring with laughter at a cartoon page featuring Curly Wee and Count Gussy Goose, the Back Entry Diddlers, Muffin the Mule, and some guy called Louie.
The South-West has the biggest diddlers with dishonest punters twice as likely to put in dodgy expenses claims and fiddle their taxes as those in the South-East.
Many readers will have particularly fond memories of his most famous creation, the Back Entry Diddlers who made their debut in 1934.
CARTOON CAPERS: This picture shows the Backentry Diddlers.
We would revel in the old Echo cartoons like the Back Entry Diddlers, Rupert the Bear, and Curly Wee and Gussie Goose.
WHEN we did our football "dream team" at work, I called my team The Back Entry Diddlers after the cartoon strip, that was in the ECHO just after the war.