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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Devin, Nov 25, 2012.
It's not hacking if you willingly input your login information - it is going a good few steps too far though.
Sheesh, talk about aggressive Enfourcement.
Well, you know how the story goes. They were told by a little bird about some piracy issues and then this happens.
So, practically, you don't input your login details in the application itself - it gets it via phishing cross spyware? Well, I'm pretty sure that's illegal and someone's in a world of trouble now.
They should get sued for this - I wonder how they'd tweet then.
I imagine Enfour feel like twats.
Am I doing it properly?
Yes, yes you are.
Everyday it seems like the User Submitted News section is becoming more like the User Submitted Puns section.
I'm pretty sure that posting puns is not a punishable offense, unlike phishing for account data and posting on someone's tweeter - that kind of enfource should be punishable.
I'm on freaking fire!
Gahars has infected us all.
That was awful.
The puntagion spreads fast.
It must be airborne.
Thanks for posting this, Devin.
And you guys really make me miss Ace Gunman with these threads....
I think the most appalling part of this thread is that the Oxford Dictionary app is $55.
They're called Werehars and you ARE allowed to kill them on sight.
I'm officially dubbing this Pun epidemic as the G-Virus.
And people wonder why I have a huge disdain for a lot of things, shit like this.
Read about this a couple of weeks ago on Ars. An interesting point is that it seemed to check if the phone was jailbroken and then check for an app that makes it possible to install "pirated" apps. This led to quite a few flagged users and then this happens: