If anon says they didnt do it they didnt do it, trust me.Sebster 105 said:I still think it's the retards at Anon
and to think a fortnight ago they were all "We're on your side, really"
I know Anon said it wasn't them but who buys that?
Debit cards are linked to some file in your bank account, most likely checking. (Like mine is.) They can be denied though if funds are lacking. What you can do is transfer all the funds from your checking into savings or some other account you may have. But I would tell your bank to keep an eye out for suspicious charges to your debit card.Jazoni89 said:Are debit cards in risk too, that's what i wanna know.
what kind of stupid argument is that... that's like saying you support the 9/11 attacks because it highlighted apparantly not up to scratch airport security.EcksTeaSea said:Nice secure system there Sony. Way to fuck up. At least RRoD only killed your system and didn't give out all your information at the same time.
Oh and I am still supporting the people who did this. How do you leave such a glaring issue in the system without fixing it? Thats asking for trouble. At least now Sony has to get their system together. If it didn't happen now, it was going to somewhere down the line and Sony still would have done nothing about it until then. Great company.
when someone is anonymous it mean you don't know them so is there really a difference at this pointMoriarty said:Well you have to make a difference between the verb and the group. Not everyone who hides their identity visits /b and not everyone who's a regular on /b is in Anonymous.tony2077 said:who ever did it is still anonymous so doesn't really change who your blaming it could be the group or some other nobodyMoriarty said:nah look at the tread. Anyone who origninally blamed anonymous still does because all hackers are the same.Oscar90 said:Anyone who originally blamed anonymous probably feels pretty stupid right about now.
Why would a political activist group try to steal user data and credit card info? well duh because they're hackers