[cryptome] Re: Sony; "The Interview" Reborn

  • From: Shaun O'Connor <capricorn8159@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 24 Dec 2014 20:37:31 +0000

There is a saying, behind every shiny façade is a dirty undercoat well
something along those lines anyway. Tourism is important because it is a
useful mechanism to try to prevent the people of the host country from
disclosing the inequality that lies just beneath the surface and it
distracts the ordinary visitor from looking beyond the shiny surface.


Paddington Bear
On 24/12/2014 19:06, doug wrote:
> That is terrible....You mean that you can set up your own Pirate Bay? 
> I just don't know what the world is coming to.  All this lawlessness
> on the internet.  And as for Sony, after all these hacks on their I.T.
> systems, they still keep their staff passwords in an unencrypted file
> called "Passwords"...unbelievable...It gets even worse if you can
> manage to read the case on url:
> http://cryptome.org/2014/12/shapiro-009-001.pdf
> Go to the 13th page...and see how the CEO remembers his password...and
> even worse, how his family are reminded of their passwords...Fucking
> idiots.  Their I.T. security people can't even keep to the law of
> California regarding medical and employee records, it is alleged. They
> have absolutely no safeguards for protecting the private data and
> information of individual employees.
> And it is implied...that Obama arranged the revealing of an NSA tool
> meant for cyberwars against other states, which brought down the North
> Korean internet for all of 9 hours!  Is Sony that important to the
> coming Presidential election?  Hilary Clinton or Zed Bush...what a
> choice...  Bent dicks against the last person in the alphabet.  I can
> see it all now, in the election campaign. One dynasty against
> another.  I can see this is going to be the most hilarious election in
> the history of the U.S. since George Washington never told a lie.
> I am glad that I am not American...:-) .
> I got on so well too, with all those ordinary American working people
> I met in New York when I went there on holiday, so kind, so helpful,
> so informative to me and my family as a tourist.  Even the beggars
> said please and thank you, and didn't get in our way, as we passed
> by.  And the museums and entertainment, and the architecture and the
> culture, the paintings and sculpture.  Greenwich village and
> Chinatown, reminded me so much of good ole England, what a pity the
> government is such crap.
> I don't think I would like to go back there now...I'd rather visit
> China or North Korea, or even Belarus...:-P
> ATB,
> Sooty.
> On 24/12/14 17:05, Aftermath wrote:
>> also, isohunt.to <http://isohunt.to> has opensourced TPB so anyone
>> can upload and host their own TPB: 
>> http://openbay.isohunt.to/
>> http://blog.isohunt.to/open-pirate-bay/
>> On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 3:46 AM, Александр <afalex169@xxxxxxxxx
>> <mailto:afalex169@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>>     > P.S. Has Pirate Bay returned to the fold of international piracy...yet?
>>     This is what we"ve got:
>>     http://thepiratebay.cr/
>>     https://oldpiratebay.org/
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