Legendary Table User
- Jul 17, 2009
Come on hacker guy, you never fence your own stolen goods even if they are intangible.
He will probably get 18 months and be out in 6. He will spend his six months doing some gardening in an open prison.Notsomuch said:He stole millions of dollars? Unless he works on wall street I'm going to have to say that his punishment won't be a slap on the wrist.
Yeah. And for a facebook game? Are you fucking kidding me? Reminds me of that lady who killed her baby because she was playing Farmville and the crying was annoying her.Valanthe said:Well I've no love for Zynga, but serves the thief right.
So true, except, you know, he's going to court now and is probably going to end up in jail and never actually be able to use the money that he "made."felixader said:The sad thing here is some of the honest working people of this world can barely get enough real money together to feed their family or even just themselves.
Meanwhile a thieve steals digital, NOT real, GAMEdata and makes nearly 90.000 Dollars with it.
Well, I wouldn't blame the game so much as the person, because I prefer not to jump on the "games MAKE YOU AN EVIL MURDERER bandwagon", I guess the people who are in that particular bandwagon didn't bring it up much because they can't really justify this game as having caused it, in fact this works against them more than for, really...Ice Car said:Yeah. And for a facebook game? Are you fucking kidding me? Reminds me of that lady who killed her baby because she was playing Farmville and the crying was annoying her.Valanthe said:Well I've no love for Zynga, but serves the thief right.
I find it funny that people present arguments that games like GTA are violent and cause violent behavior when something like Farmville causes a mother to kill her baby. HA.
I think they might actually have a liscence to do thisvxicepickxv said:Wait a minute here. So, Zynga is running an online poker game where people can exchange actual currency for virtual currency?
This is funny as hell to me. This game is actually, according to United States law well, illegal. I wonder how nobody managed to figure out that a game where you can continually pay real money to play, and is defined as a game of chance, that is played online is actually against the law.
I don't think they're in the wrong in terms of what they're doing to this guy, but that doesn't mean I have to like them for it.