A meme is an idea, behaviour, or cultural piece that has the potential to spread to upcoming generations. It can be viewed as the fundamental unit of replication for cultural development.
Understanding Memes: Hacked Meme
The term meme comes from the Greek word mimeme, which means “imitated thing.” In his book The Selfish Gene, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins introduced the term as a cultural corollary to the genetic transfer of genetic data via genes and genetic recombination.
Dawkins, on the other hand, wasn’t the first to consider the meme. In the early 1900s, German zoologist & evolutionary biologist Richard Wolfgang Semon, for example, wrote about “Mnemes,” called after the Greek goddess of memory Mneme. Some argue that memes develop through natural selection in the same way that biological evolution does, with less effective memes dying out or becoming extinct.
Hackers gonna Hack
Hackers Gonna Hack is an expression taken from the famous catchphrase “Haters Gonna Hate,” which was first used in September 2010 by former German Federal Minister of the Interior Thomas de Maizière in response to the questions about the security of the recently released electronic German identity card.
Origin: Hacked Meme
Germany started testing new identity cards with radio-frequency identification (RFID) advanced technologies in August 2010 to improve safety against phishing websites and identity fraud. However, a local news channel reported that the cards could be easily hacked, a claim that was backed up by a blog post on the Chaos Computer Club on September 21st. In a media interview with DW-TV the same day, German Federal Minister of the Interior Thomas de Maizière responded to these claims:
Some hackers will always be able to hack something, but, uh, the new identity card’s dependability and security are unquestionable.
The video was first uploaded on the German security expert watch site Fefes Blog, and then it was reposted on activist Peter Piksa’s Blog and Zivilschein. The interview was remixed by German blogger KreativKiez a few days after it was originally hosted.
Since 2010, the term has been used on online media humour sites and web forums such as 9gag, Paranoid Prose, Cheezburger, wrestling forum The Smackdown Hotel, and gaming forum Savage Realms to comment on the nature of hackers. Similarly to the Stasi 2.0 design, GetDigital has created a t-shirt with a stencil art representation of de Maizière’s head as well as the phrase “Hackers going to hack” underneath it. The term has also been described as the name for a forthcoming feature film about hacktivism on the German wiki site 28C3, though this is uncertain if the film has ever been finalised.
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