So, if we strip out the hurled epithets and the gratuitous characterizations, the several missing entries in his list (how about the people who get sick of being stalled by some pompous corporate drone with a blog and a criminally-irresponsible product leaking people's secrets all over the net, who publish its weaknesses because they've tried everything else and none of it has met anything but the inimitable symptoms of mediocrities fully aware of their inadequacy desperately trying to bury yet further evidence -- what shall we call those people?), what's left?
Drones speak their own language. "Problem-makers" indeed. Guess whose problem got made? These guys have quite plainly been embarrassed, and given the fear implicit in their language I'll go for "humiliated", by an actually competent outsider who has no respect for their, uhhh, position. "Putting yourself in the position of managing the time"? Oh, NOES! "Arbitrarily" releasing info? It's "arbitrary", now, when about half the machines on the planet are wide gaping open and the people responsible refuse to fix it? On and on about "owners" and these "owners"' responsibilities to the people who own them, never mind the poor schmucks stuck using their product whose bank accounts are consequently wide open to anyone with the right nickels to rub together. These guys have blown right past drone. They're fully-converted corpodroids.
"If you too are tired of seeing criminals elevated to a podium of legitimacy and bestowed the same job title you possess" ... does _anyone_ doubt that the real crime involved here is making them look bad to their tribe?