$5 and a Swarovski-encrusted dunce cap says her password was Tinkerbell.

"I think gamsy wants a little kiss." "Do you wanna leave soon, ill pretend I hsve 2 go pee and u wait 3 mins than come by yourself to the back entrance." "tell ken about jess trying to bone JT." Those are a few … editorial highlights culled from Paris Hilton’s T-Mobile Sidekick II HipTop, the contents of which were posted, phone numbers and all, to the Internet over the weekend and are today the subject of far more jawboning than they’re clearly worth (Really, who cares if Pauly Shore gets a prank phone call or two?). After all, this is hardly the first time the vapid hotel heiress has had her privacy compromised thanks to her imprudence. But the incident is getting a lot of attention and some are suggesting that T-Mobile, which was hacked a few months back, has been compromised again. "Ms. Hilton’s information is on the Internet," said T-Mobile spokesperson Bryan Zidar. "We don’t know if it was hacked or if someone got a hold of her password." My guess is it’s the latter; certainly the message appended to a page of topless cameraphone photos of the vacuous socialite staring vacantly off into the great beyond seems to suggest so. "The previous information was obtained using social engineering tactics." Social engineering, eh? $5 and a Swarovski-encrusted dunce cap says her password was Tinkerbell.

 
 

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