posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 11:27 PM
Originally posted by Somehumanbeing
Which is better: You not getting the money needed so you can indulge in luxury, or wikileaks releasing evidence of corruption, child-sex trade, and
other obscene crap?
Um... assuming this guy's business is his primary way of making a living, his going down due to a DDOS attack destroys more than just his ability to
indulge in luxury.
Now, I would question the wisdom of relying entirely on a single third party without any backup method of payment.
But I'm really starting to get annoyed by all the anti-business bull# on this board, pardon the language. Your typical small business owner takes
home less than your typical college-educated employee. And yet business is what produces all the luxuries you
enjoy, including that computer
of yours. Wanna know why you aren't working the field dawn till dusk on your destitute family's farm from the age of 8? Business.
Back on topic, Paypal is really way
too broad of a thing to attack, even if they do service opponents of Wikileaks. Another poster used the
correct term when they said "collateral damage". Attacking Paypal is doing a lot
of collateral damage. They need to focus their efforts
edit on 9-12-2010 by NewlyAwakened because: (no reason given)