It's a set of royal mail stamps that comemorate the decade, with a stamp for each year, as a first-year university project.
With the intention of creating an educational set, the stamps were based on the most influential/controversial hack events that happened in each year. With inspiration from computer hardware, such as motherboards, each stamp contains a minimalistic icon that reflects the event; with the addition of binary code stating a brief description.
The previously mentioned binary code reads as it follows:
- 2010 - Stuxnet attack on an iran nuclear powerplant, act of war.
- 2011 - sesame street youtube streamed porn for 22 minutes.
- 2012 - France, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden and the United States SCADA systems were public shown.
- 2013 - Snowden leakes CIA for spying on us citizens.
- 2014 - Hacker puts Code Spaces out of business by deleting every data and backup.
- 2015 - Ashely Madison’s 30 million users who had an affair were exposed.
- 2016 - Philippines Commission on Elections, fingerprints stolen.
- 2017 - Petya attack worldwide, boats lost in the sea.
- 2018 - MyHeritage users personal information were leaked.
- 2019 - Facebook user records, phone numbers and email accounts stolen.