Some Japanese aficionados of the "visual novel" who decided they'd really rather not pay to enjoy interactive erotic romp Cross Days ended up with their personal info splashed across the internet, TorrentFreak reports. Screen grab of the Cross Days website The recently-released novel in question quickly popped up on filesharing …
Admitting you've pirated this book or leaving your details up there that you own one of these (and I'm guessing while at work) strap-ons.
How long before the inevitable false entries? A few of their government officials should do the job.
Lends a whole new meaning to
having them by the short and curlies
Anyone so stupid enough to give over their email password should have their computer confiscated for their own good.
Icon: Paris, because she is so dumb rocks pity her
Most original use of a trojan ive seen in a long time...
Although how long before the cyber crims copy this and start using extortion to illicit some cash!
Given School Days (another visual novel by these guys) was famous for it's incredibly violent endings if you were caught cheating, I'd imagine you'd need to be very careful when using the USB attachment...
(yes I know far too much about these things)
that would be most unpleasent :(
Did you have to add that link?
Now my wife thinks she might to try one!
Where do you buy them just out of curiosity!
*insert something here*
Best. Links. Ever.
Worse to come
Here in the U.K. you will soon be liable for much worse than this. They are pushing a law through now that will get you up to three years inside and put on the sex offenders register for owning this comic and similar, whether you paid for it or not.
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