I'm not so sure a specific 'enemy' actually needs to be named or actually demonstrate that a known party classified as such actually had access to the data. I'd bet that all the prosecuting attorneys will have to do is demonstrate how the release of the information jeopardized lives. That he violated his oath isnt going to be hard to prove and he's very likely going to be toast.
The takedown @ Mashable is spot on!
Jokes about fart machine apps aside, are these devs really "losing" money everytime their apps are downloaded and not paid for? Or are they just not seeing the dollar they would otherwise have rec'd? Its the same bs we see with all piracy stories except for the fact that we're talking about a single publisher instead of a wider sw industry.
What I'd -really- like to know is what percentage of all phones and touches do jailbroken phones actually represent? Of those, how many are actually pirating apps? AND! Of those pirated apps, how many actually survive on ppl's devices for more then a day or three? I think those questions would make for a -much- more compelling App Store piracy story then this mental fart of a statistical analysis.