9 posts • joined 25 Mar 2007
Nothing to hide?
Seriously... Everyone has something to hide. Show me someone that has nothing to hide and I'll show you a liar!
20 years from now
20 years from now when they are married and have a family and are looking at buying a home. Someone will show up on their door step and serve them with papers letting them know they they are being sued for every dime.
Mega corporations are responsible for alot of good and alot of bad things that happen.
What happens when you piss off a company that you claim has its own private army?
I guess secretly you hope that they don't have an army? Or maybe you hope that they are a law abiding company?
Crime is crime
You can't commit a crime to fight a crime.
These guys forget that governments wage war on each other over the internet. Once they get out of the pond and into the ocean, they are shark bait.
And when he is in prison, I'm sure all the other prisoners will be nice to him because they are all innocent and oppressed and they will realize that he was 'helping them'.
The problem with the idiots that do this, is they put innocent people in danger. So when gangs run rampant because people are afraid to testify because their person information may be released, the world will be a much better place. Yeah, right.
These people are making it easier for the government to justify hidden acts. And they are having the opposite effect as people are now siding overwhelming with the government over these leaks as people begin to fear that their own secrets could be released.
As far as the comments about Visa & Paypal... If you refuse to do business with say Microsoft, does that make it ok for Microsoft to attack and crash you servers?
So, if the lock on your door is weak, that makes it ok for me to kick in your door and take you things?
So whistle blowers and mob informants that report murders are the enemy now?
Sounds like they are working for a criminal organization.
Might want to take a look at every country around the world that doesn't have a strong government. Most of the African continent, Mexico and much of South America.
Act of War
Interesting, because now hacking can be considered an act of war.
Wonder what will happen when they find themselves sitting in Guantanamo Bay or some other unnamed prison awaiting trial. Sooner or later, when the people who have performed this act are disclosed, how safe will they feel?
Some people are so quick to claim the shoe should be on the other foot, but is that what they really want?
I'm glad to see that someone is bending over to the RIAA. If there is proof of wrong doing, that is one thing, but to assume guilt is another. I understand the RIAAs point of view, but their tactics are very questionable if not illegal.
Anywhere you go, if you request information, regardless of what you intend to do with it, provided you are entitled to said information, there will probably be a processing or transaction fee. Nobody works for free. Isn't this the reason behind the suits in the first place?
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