Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 10 Jun 2010.
Headline says "e-mails leaked". But article says only the email address'. Which is it?
So AT&T had a script on its site that would return the e-mail address associated with a given ICC-ID to anyone who requested it, without any form of authentication? Sloppy.
Addresses. In this case, "e-mails" is short for "e-mail addresses" - as in "can I have your e-mail?"
They could've at least spelled whose correctly.
Reading that is like losing the game but a million times worse. Those images hadn't darkened my mind for months.
I curious as to why William Eldredge is any more interesting than any of the other names on the list, particularly the heads of major news and media companies. Until I read his name in this article, I never knew he existed.
I also thought the title was a bit misleading. I initially read it to mean the actual e-mails were leaked.
Seems quite apt what with it being goatse...
Separate names with a comma.