I Was a Hacker for the MPAA
Promised fame and fortune...
by FFH 09:15AM Monday Oct 22 2007
A young hacker, employed by the MPAA to dig up dirt on former associates at BitTorrent outfit TorrentSpy, spills the beans on his exploits to Wired News
. Robert Anderson hacked into TorrentSpy's servers and provided the entertainment industry group with everything from bank records to passwords. The MPAA subsequently sued TorrentSpy, who in turn sued the MPAA under the federal Wiretap Act.
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|reply to PolarBear03 |
Re: Typical BS
said by PolarBear03:
Subpeona (yeah, I never understood it's spelling, either).
"under threat of penalty". Latin sub = under; poena = penalty.
Jodokast96Stupid people really piss me off.Premium
It's ok for us to break the law to keep you from doing it.