Why can't the mods from mmo-champ be like this instead of letting their impulses and personal preferences judge instead of abide by the set of rules established? ... anyways... For the purposes of this one particular topic, an account that was created solely for the purpose of posting a link imo should not be allowed to remain active, similar to how mmo-champ does as it is considered "trolling" and "bypassing bans and/or rules in order to post something"... but w.e I guess.
Thanks for posting.
ps: I thought new accounts weren't allowed to post links. weird :/.
Actually, Kuzunishi has been a member of DiabloFans for 2 years, 6 months, and 6 days so I don't think it's someone who created an account just to spread this info.
And either way, I'd rather go with a friendly warning than go guns blazing and insta-ban the guy. Even in some more harmful cases (like spreading botting info, or name shaming) I'd rather just let the person know beforehand. For the sake of fairness.
Hacking the "hacker", haha nice one, but how's that any better/mature then what he's doing? Also isn't that sharing/stealing personal information?
That's like caring for murderers because they are people too. It's easy to isolate those who deserve relentless punishment...and they only deserve it and lose all of their human worth at the moment of their blatant offense....not to say that your inquiry is wrong...but its definitely worth examining if that makes sense....
(dialbo 3! on topic! sorry Zero(PS) !)
Hmm, so you think its allright to murder a murder? Does it make it anything better ... ?? .. ...
This kid is obviously not part of the team ,otherwise FBI would've stopped him long ago if it was that easy to get his info, this kid is either someone acting like he is part of the group or someone that is using his PC. Dont accusse someone that fast.
well each case is unique that's for sure...
I'm the last person to accuse someone so automatically. In fact I exhibit this trait to a hindering fault...trust me.
and to ponder:
I don't automatically think that murderers or hardcore criminals should be butchered...but there are times when they have been and I OK with it.
How is this relevant to the discussion? well personally: I do not think that hackers should have all of their personal info spewn out to the world
but their have been times when it has been and I'm OK with it.
So you can see my reaction is the last piece of the puzzle after "reality" is processed the feelings about it are felt and described...
so its more so a commentary about any number of similar cases....not a personal conviction of people whose info will be posted as if they are actually the ones responsible.
But yes in closing to drag this post back sharply on the topic of supposed hacker's info released on Dfans after supposed hacker attacks Blizzard servers,
I do not think the act itself is categorically WRONG, due to the inclusion of those whom I end up not caring about being a possible outcome, But I would 10000000000% advise against posting the info here under any circumstances and advise so in preemptive defense of the person who might consider posting it.
Is it really necessary to grant this group and their attack so much attention? They hit several companies and their customers especially during the weekend which caused some services to be not or hardly available. This was very annoying but this thread does not make any sense and this group does not deserve a tiny bit of attention. What should change if personal information is posted here on Diablofans? Does it help with the situation? Hopefully this gets locked soon and we actually return to talk about the game here at the forums.