It's this kind of quivering and quaking that gives crackers like this their jollies. Be glad the guy is "behind bars" and hope for a trial and conviction for crimes committed. Be on your guard, and pressure companies who produce software you use to do the same. That's all you can do, but you should do no less. It does no good to lie awake at night worrying about the bogey man. In fact, it does a lot of harm because criminals and mischief makers thrive on your fear.
I'm just saying that he will get out of Prison and he very well could do this again or something like that. How many criminals do we know who get caught and after a few years or even a few years they are released and do the same thing again? I think it's great this person got caught. I am just saying look out. He might come at us again when we least expect it. Or he might have another friend who knows how to scoop email address and freeze eloquent, and so on.
-- Shelly Brisbin, Writer, Editor, Geek for Hire
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