I was a fan of Elite on the C64, I tried Oolite, and it is indeed an excellent port of Elite.
I also found it to be no fun at all: requiring time I don't have anymore and lacking the richness I'm used to find in games nowadays.
The other game I loved on the C64 was paradroid, there is also an open source port (free Droid), same problem.
My expectations and sense of fun have changed in 20 years.
You would still have to prove that they are responsible for the hack. The fact that their legitimate (if silly) business benefits from some hacked code does not prove they are responsible for the hack.
Or turn the problem around: if one provider of telecom services is ever condemned without any other proof than the fact they benefit from a hack, the bad guy just change their business model to extortion.
This is one of the reasons instruments on the LHC are duplicated: Atlas and CMS.
Given the difference of energy, if the Higgs is found in one of the LHC experiments, it is doubtful that the experiment could be reproduced at Tevatron.