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Comment: Where's the professional paranoia? (Score 1) 331

by DarkIye (#40120039) Attached to: Hacked Bitcoin Financial Site Had No Backups

I've actually been relatively open-minded about Bitcoin in general, but this really does make them look like they're trying to cut everyone off and make off with the money. I mean, the combination of risk and technical know-how here really ought to result in a certain standard of paranoia.

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Crysis 2 Most Pirated Game of 2011 383

Posted by timothy
from the everyone-already-had-chess dept.
MojoKid writes "When an advance copy of Crysis 2 leaked to the Internet a full month before the game's scheduled release, Crytek and Electronic Arts (EA) were understandably miffed and, as it turns out, justified in their fears of mass piracy. Crysis 2 was illegally download on the PC platform 3,920,000 times, 'beating out' Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 with 3,650,000 illegal downloads. Numbers like these don't bode well for PC gamers and will only serve to encourage even more draconian DRM measures than we've seen in the past."

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