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Originally posted by enament
reply to post by mwood
Well I think Sony might think twice about going after people for copyright infringement. I think they got taught a lesson there.
National Public Radio was one of the first to report on the scandal on November 4, 2005. Thomas Hesse, Sony BMG's Global Digital Business President, told reporter Neda Ulaby, "Most people, I think, don't even know what a rootkit is, so why should they care about it?"
Originally posted by groingrinder
The whole pretext of the x-rays/pat downs was the underwear bomber. [color=#FF6600]The underwear bomber who was escorted on to the flight by federal agents.
Originally posted by fordrew
Originally posted by mwood
Could someone enlighten me about what Anonymous has actually done?
They actually caught one person quite recently.
It was news on ATS.