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Oh god, they attacked Eve Online for the lulz too. I was hoping they were gonna fight for good.

They really do everything for the lulz
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post #302 of 708
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How do you know that no one was warned? I doubt you do.
Common sense? Why wouldn't they put in place greater security measures?

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What points of my argument is either a fallacy or lie?
That they were giving warnings before the attacks and giving them opportunity to fix problems.

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It's not their actions I fear, it's the reactions of those who don't understand that have power to make laws that I'm in fear of.
We've established that multiple times now. I get it. I said the exact same thing myself several times in the thread. But you still haven't answered why you think we shouldn't stop the actions that might lead to said reactions.

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I look at it this way, I support them trying to expose security flaws so it can be resolved, however I don't support the leaking of private user data. I don't put the blame on LulzSec though for exposing it because if those targets had good security it wouldn't have happened. Companies need to take responsibility for their users information and guard it with everything they possibly can.

It's like if a bank robber robbed a bank, and got away with it. It's the banks fault for their lax security. Now yes it's bad that they were robbed but I highly doubt they will be robbed the same way again due to the fact that, that exploit has been exposed and they can use that situation to prevent future robberies of the same fashion.
That's a rediculous argument. You "support" them but yet are against their fundamental MO. Your analogy is fail as well, do you really believe the robber gives a darn whether they fix the security in the future? Nope. Neither do these guys. You're blind if you can't see that.

If I forget to lock the door and some of my stuff gets stolen, was it my fault? If I padlock the door and someone breaks in and steals my stuff, was it my fault? If I put 20 padlocks and an alarm system on my door and someone breaks in and steals my stuff, was it my fault? In each case I didn't have adequate security. Does that mean the robber should be able to continue his actions?
post #303 of 708
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You're confusing Lulz for Anon.
Oh, I thought it was lulz. Nevermind, then.
post #304 of 708
So much arguing in this thread - plus no updates in nearly a week...

It is no longer a news thread but a pointless debate. Can we go back to individual topics for each hit...
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Yeah we need to go back to that.
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post #306 of 708
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So much arguing in this thread - plus no updates in nearly a week...

It is no longer a news thread but a pointless debate. Can we go back to individual topics for each hit...
Umm they announced 3 hits yesterday and there are reports of more attacks today as well...
post #307 of 708
I don't think this is being done for the lulz. I think it is being done for the government.

I'm sad they have stolen the spotlight from Anon, who really did appear to be fighting the good fight. Maybe that's the point (or a big part of it).
post #308 of 708
http://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/80690614466912257

LulzSec officially acknowledge they hit CCP.
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^Lol, in 5 year there is appearing atleast 10 rich illegal whoring through internet. Where 3 noobs spamming psysical advertisement along with treating peeps to kill. I must say you peeps are among the beggartards. Seeing how you talk are no different than 5 year ago.
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Mhh.. Not to sure why they are targeting games such as Eve online and Minecraft, It's like a bunch of children have got ahold of the latest "Gear" to hack with, Pretty pathetic.
    
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