I think we have another attack from the NAMBLA hacking team. Or at least an attempt to outrun my hosting limits. In all seriousness, those guys are probably quite sneaky. I can see them right now, wondering how I got through layers of obfuscation to pin the blame on them.
Well, while I can understand indifference, really the only way you can care enough about protecting these people, risking jail just to prevent my reporting the facts, is if you rape children. NAMBLA. While chances of attracting an agency that investigate computer crimes is low, they might just want to know who would help Pearce.
Anyway, shortly after publishing my coverage of the Forbes “Black Arts” piece, a traffic spike of above 60,000 page requests, all from User-Agent “jack”, ran until early morning. This is well above normal traffic levels. I zeroed in on how the man that funnels the money that can put you above the law in San Francisco was caught with truly disturbing images and video.