Spanish police have arrested four people of a hacking crew blamed for defacing the websites of the main two political parties in Spain. As well as allegedly adding a red fist to the site of PSOE (Partido Socialista Obrero Español) and PP (Partido Popular), the hackers also sprayed digital graffiti on the website of TV gossip …
While I agree that defacing TV programs and the PSOE website is a punishable crime, the defacing of the PP site is something they should give them a medal for. The PP party is a thinly-veiled disguise for the fascist Francoist rightwingers who canned a judge who dared to go against murderers.
So for that specific defacement, I salute you!
Anon 'coz I don't want GEOs knocking on my door.
Anonymous Coward, you're one of those poor illiterate Spanish leftist aren't you?, and it is clear because for you the law only applies one way, your way.
"La ley del embudo" no? (Funnel law isn't?)
Everybody knows that the Spanish left wing is pure virtue and deserve all the protection the law gives, but the right wing are nothing but a bunch of evil doers who deserve anything that happen to them.
Read some books some time, you need it, double standards are a sign of it.
Before they go, can they spray-paint gossip show favourite Belén Esteban off my actual TV screen please? She's on the box so much that the image of her face has been burned into my old fashioned CRT.
Belen Esteban "Princess of the poor"
For all the UK readers here all that woman did was to get into bed with a (once famous) Bull Fighter, get pregnant, have a lot of cosmetic surgery, and gossip a lot on TV.
A very good example of the moral degradation running on nowadays Spanish TV.
Check this out;
Nowadays she looks even scarier (do not look at the following if you want to sleep tonight)
"Two members of the KO defacement crew are minors, but two are slightly older"
So what you are basically saying is four scriptkiddies overran several big name websites? Why the hell are we not hiring this lot to run the websites in the first place? Not only would it stop them messing with the sites but it would also stop OTHERS from doing so.
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