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In Pictures Hacker style at DEF CON

DEF CON staffers, presenters, and contest winners also walk around with skull-shaped electronic badges that set them apart from other attendees. “Here, the more badges you have, the better you do socially,” Puddin said. “You don’t have to prove yourself by wearing a black T-shirt because you have the badges."

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