Articles with this tag:anonymous
- iamjuly in defaultposted at 7:56 pm Mar 21,2012
The internet (online games included) is such a dangerous and safe place at the same time. It's dangerous because there's almost no control as to what is published in the internet since nobody owns the World Wide Web (I know the US is attempting to do so with SOPA but that's not the point of this blog. Haha). On the other hand, it's safe because accountability is almost non-existent. This is what I call the Cloak of Anonymity.
(I'm not sure whether someone will comment about this, but just to be safe, I included the picture because it's nice. Don't troll me and say that it's not a cloak. lol. Anyway...)
In the real world, you cannot just slap someone or curse a stranger for no reason. If you do, then expect an argument or even a fight. Neither can we stea
- Sir Loin of Beef in defaultposted at 9:08 pm Apr 13,2011
Earlier this week, Sony and hacker George Hotz were able to reach a settlement, with the main stipulation being that Hotz is not to finagle with a Sony product ever again, or else face severe fines. As far as the court, Sony, and Hotz are concerned, the case is finished.
As far as internet vigilante group Anonymous is concerned, however, things are just getting started.
A couple weeks back, Anonymous started their assault on Sony for what they deem to be an invasion of privacy. This was regarding Sony demanding the IP addresses of those who viewed Hotz's video. After a couple days, Anonymous halted the attacks, stating that they did not intend to damage the PS3 playerbase in the process, and were looking for alternative means to pester the large corporation.
It seems that the group has
- Sir Loin of Beef in defaultposted at 12:05 pm Apr 04,2011
Internet vigilante group, known collectively as Anonymous, has just recently (as in right as I was originally writing this up) attacked their newest target, that being Sony Entertainment.
In a press release posted on their website, the group deliberately threatens the large corporation for their recent legal actions targeting two hackers, George 'Geohot' Hotz and Alexander “Graf_Chokolo” E
- cheeryx in defaultposted at 7:15 pm Aug 10,2008
Preview the goody bag, buy tickets, and enjoy the coming goodness!
In connection with the upcoming ticket sales, the official 2008 Blizzcon website has been launched. Blizzcon, a haven for all things World of Warcraft as well as Blizzard's other franchises, will be taking place October 10th & 11th. Tickets go on sale August 11th. (That's Monday, folks!)
We just released the official BlizzCon 2008 website. You can now find new information about this year's panels, contests, and tournaments, and you can also learn more about DIRECTV's special BlizzCon promotion. Make sure to check back regularly as the site will be updated with new event information such as event schedules, floor plans, store info, and much, much more.
To get to the Blizzcon Site, check here.
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