Socially attacking Gamers Is Wrong.
Even when I was on the scene, messing about with stuff that was very grey in the eyes of the law, I never really came across any nasty people, mainly just kids who wanted something free, whether that be a lobby or such.
However what I have seen posted tonight is likely not a grey area at all, it's ludicrous, bordering on one of the nastiest actions a so called social gamer could do to another.
For a long time now Se7ensins and TTG have dominated the mod scene and for a while I used both and to this day jump on both for a good old look round. The scene has served both sites well, for gold account sales and advertising plus it's members, for free stuff (for those that likely can't afford it), however in parallel, it has drawn the worst out of some users that have likely learnt how to use the hacking programs on there against other members of the community.
Today it hit a new low.
One or more hackers have taken a possible grudge to a new personal level based on the TU7 released by 'Tizlar', a person I have had dealings with and never had any issues with whatsoever (not that I am condoning any actions he may have taken with other person(s), but to post some of the most intimate details of a person's life, which also includes the names of his dead parents, his current foster address and more is beyond belief. I think this is a step too far, regardless of any actions that a member of the gaming community has taken, false or not.
I have to post the link to show you the issue and it can be found here.
I hope the gaming community or scene condemn this type of privacy breaching, frivalous behaviour. Attacking any member of the social gaming community using this amount of information is simply unacceptable to the highest degree.
I hope the community will come together, to send a clear message to those responsible, if you have the tools. Who could be next? You?