Originally posted by CaptainNemo
Originally posted by Epirus
Originally posted by mcdgray129
Originally posted by roaland
reply to post by ApolloBloodline
I personally don't care for Microsoft, i don't even own an Xbox and certainly don't like anything about SOPA. I was mostly being sarcastic, but now that you mention it, didn't a bunch of hackers get into sony a while back and steal a bunch of CC info and user accounts and such? Yea i work hard for my money and when i spend it on an online game for a monthly fee and some hacker comes along and breaks into the Sony servers and steals my CC info and I'm suppose to support that because i happen to agree with whatever the hacker is protesting? My money is just that, mine, politicians steal enough of it from me already...hands off...edit on 20-1-2012 by roaland because: mis-wording
I agree 100% with both of your comments so i gave you a star for both .
Some of us here are gamers, and don't deserve to have our accounts hacked etc just cos someone is pissed off at someone else...
Yeah it does suck that they are willing to affect so many innocent people in their haste to prove their point. Certainly there are better ways to send a message without disrupting others? Or maybe they feel the message is more important than the temporary disruption caused for the people...which I suppose has historically been true in rare cases. The part I can't quite understand is, if they are all about freedom and fairness then why do they release personal info of so many people. Sometimes a person works for a company in mid management because they have a family they need to support and they have nothing to do with the decision that annoyed the group yet since they work for the target company their info gets released...not fair.
I don't see much of a problem with it. I can barely write a paper without having facebook and twitter open on other tabs, AND playstation network. INEXTREMIS, this attack is justifiable. Think about it, who would've known about SOPA if it weren't for facebook and twitter.? We retweeted "STOP SOPA" and Posted it on our walls. NDAA is a much more damning bill but the response to SOPA dwarfed it. Why.? Because like my calc. teacher would say to my class once a week, "humans beings are creatures of habit." (Bout the only teacher i've ever respected :duh" When something threatens our daily routine we will raptorously respond.! It just sucks that we care more about our facebooks and twitters than our RIGHTS.
Originally posted by seraphnb
reply to post by mcdgray129
I know that I, for one, will be joining LulzSec on this new voyage through the high seas. I got my list of pastebin LOICs favorited in TOR . . .
Originally posted by UkRandom
Originally posted by AzureSky
If Anon would drop some bomb data that would spread like wildfire, like conclusive proof of the elite families controlling everything, out in the open for everyone to see instead of searching all over the place for info (which the average person will not do).
That would definitely get people riles up, to know that they are looked at like slaves.
seek and ye shall find
not on clearweb(the web your using right now)
there are many levels to the internet your using the BASIC sheep level
as i said seek and ye shall find
Originally posted by seraphnb
reply to post by AzureSky
Naw, he won't say much. Maybe more to you than to me. [sniffle]
But I recommend TOR personally. It has the SeraphNB Stamp of Approval. It REALLY keeps you anonymous on the web. If you keep your toes out of the mud, you will be pretty okay on it. Stay away from any mysterious links without clear descriptions- especially those posted in the chatrooms or imageboards- and your computer and your innocence should get away unscathed, if you take my meaning.
PS- I am going to beat Mr Uk to the biscut and recommend Glary Utilities as well.