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Hacker actually committed theft

February 24, 2013

To the editor: Why are we commending a man who openly admits to stealing someone’s identity? Are there no laws in the cyber country of the Internet? After reading “Man who took control of fan websit......

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Wvcoffee

Feb-24-13 8:32 AM

Noah is a government employee. He hacked the account to earn the trust of Anonymous. You should be asking questions about the obvious. What part 'athlete worship' played in the Steubenville rape case and why the government is more worried about punishing hackers than rapist!

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jmac73

Feb-27-13 9:36 AM

"Hacker committed theft". Sticking up for those athletes is disgusting.

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IworkinPAnow

Feb-28-13 12:01 PM

Really?

I ask why of those people who witnessed this horrible event did nothing to stop it.

Your issue with "the hacking" of some stupid website that has no bearing on anything than a mans account of high school football is ridiculous.

If these are your only concerns with this case than you are morally bankrupt.

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