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Lurking in secret chat rooms with appropriate names like 'Air Zeraw', mm, cerver, 'w Ar Ez XXX', g00dz, 'punter', 'gif', 'coldice' 'GRi P' as well as 'trade' to name a few chatrooms, AOHell created bots often referred to as 'servers' which would send out a list of warez (illegally copied software) contained in their mailbox.

is an in-person forum about how the internet has changed art, with a specific topic each time.

Botters were able to circumvent this limitation by signing up for a white-list account which was subject to an unknown probationary period where AOL administrators monitored the account.

The existence of software like AOHell provided a sort of parallel 'lite' version of the hacker underground that had existed for years before, based around bulletin board systems.

Presenters: Professor Matthew Sparke, scholar in digital geography, in conversation with Tabita Rezaire's film Afro Cyber Resistance about global internet access’s effect on cultural production; Professor Caroline Simpson, scholar in politics of visual culture, with a focus on race and gender.