It turned out that a man named Andrew Auernheimer was responsible for having harassed Sierra. Known as 'Weev', he admitted it in a 2008 New York Times story on Internet Trolls. There, he spoke to the lengths which he and his cohorts went to discredit and destroy the woman. "Over a candlelit dinner of tuna sashimi, Weev asked if I would attribute his comments to Memphis Two, the handle he used to troll Kathy Sierra, a blogger. Inspired by her touchy response to online commenters, Weev said he "dropped docs" on Sierra, posting a fabricated narrative of her career alongside her real Social Security number and address. This was part of a larger trolling campaign against Sierra, one that culminated in death threats."
Now, seven years later, Kathy Sierra has returned to explain why she left and what recent spates of online harassment against women portend for the future if decent people don't organize. The situation has grown much more serious since she went into hiding all those years ago. It's more than just the threat of Doxxing to incite physical violence by random crazies with a screw loose. Read on for the rest of maynard's thoughts.
First translate the algorithm into Perl, and then run it on a Perl interpreter written in BrainFuck, of which the BrainFuck interpreter is written in APL, which runs on a machine language written for a drum-based OS from the early 1960's.
You shouldn't knock Visual BASIC like that...
Good point. It's like the lawyer is just randomly suing Google for hosting inappropriate pictures.
Correction. Not necessarily hosting, but providing a method to obtain access to those images.
Time to sue the electricity providers then?