"The council could not explain how, or why, the information was put on the memory stick in the first place."
Why not just ask the person who reported it as lost? Maybe they were selling it to the local peadophiles.
37 posts • joined 13 May 2008
I want to know why they only have gone after Gilder, a quick google search brings up loads of bot programs. They are based in America so that's why, I think.
I have been looking at glider and what it does is use a driver that makes wow think keys are being pressed. It does not alter game code at all, it does is break the Terms and Conditions of the account however.
People probably named Glider because it was the only bot name they know, it's like Hoover and Vacuuming.
Well when I vote on this, oh dear, I forgot we live in an elected dictatorship I don't get to vote on anything except which government gets in and no matter who you vote for, the government always gets in. If this was another country the americans would come in and take over...... oh dear again.
What you don't seem to realise that it is illegal to get hold of copyrighted material without the express permission of the copyright holder.
If you see downloading as not doing anything wrong, you are wrong, you may choose to ignore this fact but its correct. It's like going into a shop and stealing the DVDs off the shelves or petrol from a garage. An old argument I know, but it is still true.
Btw I used to work for Tiscali when the calls were taken in the UK and it's true, they couldn't organise a piss up in a brewery.
"...the public needs the assurance that certain basic standards will be met"
But who defines the standards. Can I have the job please?
I think it's a good idea to display a link to report a video and show the terms and conditions more forcefully. It's not the children I'm worried about but the people who copy what they see. How many vids are on there of people doing the stuff the jackass TV show do?
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