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Cyborg
1st April 2007, 08:29
so i was looking around on a website a few minutes ago, clicked on a link, and was brought to a big red page that said the website had been seized by the FBI for illegal activities until further notice. i googled it and found out that the FBI notice is a favorite among hackers.

is there a possibility it could be real? The website is...ermm.... in the grey area of legality.

Daedalus
1st April 2007, 09:37
The website is...ermm.... in the grey area of legality.

Of course it's the FBI party van if they keep posting CP and JB over there.

Erm, yeah. What website is it?

Zabiela
1st April 2007, 10:22
Fool of april?

Cyborg
1st April 2007, 10:38
it was only there for about 10 minutes or so... so im assuming they pulled an april fools on their members or it was a quickly resolved hacker attack...


the website was www.wowscape.net

Chas0r
1st April 2007, 15:38
Another not-so-legal site had a good one:

Today we announce that we're moving some of our servers to the North-Korean Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden.
After lenghty discussions with the leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Il we have decided to start a cooperation.

We are also promised immunity against foreign copyright holders and all of the crew will get North Korean citizenships.[...]
Well, their community regarding these 'news' as true doesn't leave such a good impression. Funniest thing is: There isn't even a North-Korean embassy in Stockholm * (http://www.embassyworld.com/embassy/North_Korea/North_Korea1.html) ;)

QReaper
1st April 2007, 16:34
Party Van? Where?

*goes to big gray van labeled "*chan Party Van"*

O SHI- FBI!:eek:

*V&*

Demented
2nd April 2007, 22:41
Funniest thing is: There isn't even a North-Korean embassy in Stockholm * (http://www.embassyworld.com/embassy/North_Korea/North_Korea1.html) ;)

But there is one in Switzerland!
I guess a despot's got to hold his riches somewhere. Heh.