LulzSec retired? Don't believe it

They made fools out of a lot of security guys. They feed on attention. They'll be back.

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There’s a Dirty Harry sort of network going after the perps at this point. But like the vigilante cops in the movie of the same name, the urban legend value of what LulzSec is doing is difficult to ignore. Law enforcement officials are sure to catch up with “the gang” soon. Or so it is thought. If I were them, and I’m not, I would have already piled up mounds of misleading pointers to random people to distract investigations from finding who I was. I’m guessing a lot of innocents get caught in the dragnet. More lulz for twisted minds. I smell a Hollywood screenplay in the making.

This isn’t the era of Prohibition, where gangs sought to control illegal trade of illicit goods like credit cards and passwords. Oh, wait, it is.

The US Treasury Department needs to assume the role of lead to the FBI. In this role, the US Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms now becomes, instead of the BAT, the BATI—where the “I” is for Internet. They need digital tommyguns, and they need them now. BATI, I’m telling you.

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