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Fresh ACS:Law file-sharing lists expose thousands more

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The personal details of a further 8,000 people alleged to have shared music or films illegally have appeared online.

A list of more than 8,000 Sky broadband subscribers and a second of 400 PlusNet users surfaced following a security breach of legal firm ACS:Law.

It comes after a database of more than 5,000 people suspected of downloading adult films emerged on Monday.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11425789

The documents appeared online after users of the notorious message board 4chan attacked ACS:Law's site in retaliation for its anti-piracy efforts, as part of what its users called Operation Payback.

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Guest Triple XXX

its on pirate bay apparently

pissed for the heads that got caught tho

but this ACS ting needs to get bodied, someone needs to blow up their offices

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loooooool their not even jus after music lovers...but peeps who love solo loving....i didnt knw this was apart of their re-mit.....wankers!! Looks like streaming really is the way forward!!

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4chan are on it. ratings.

im thinkin tho, pranks and attacks like this are fine but if one day they needed stopped, how easy would it be?

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4chan are on it. ratings.

im thinkin tho, pranks and attacks like this are fine but if one day they needed stopped, how easy would it be?

How do you stop something that doesn't really exist?

How do you stop what is essentially a network of anonymous nerds who will hack any sh*t on a whim?

:huh:

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"A list of more than 8,000 Sky broadband subscribers and a second of 400 PlusNet users surfaced following a security breach of legal firm ACS:Law."

im kl

stopped reading

:lol:

c/s

Crisis averted.

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4chan are on it. ratings.

im thinkin tho, pranks and attacks like this are fine but if one day they needed stopped, how easy would it be?

How do you stop something that doesn't really exist?

How do you stop what is essentially a network of anonymous nerds who will hack any sh*t on a whim?

:huh:

[westwood]exactly![/westwood]

These 4chan guys are neeks still

some of them must be very smart tho.

guy in my work said "we" blah blah blah talkin about 4chan spamming justin beiber. thats one thing about it, any reject can feel a part of this "group". theres a lot of people who seek that feeling of belonging/acceptance/power.

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