An OpSec thread: Another day, another claim of a KYC data breach, this time allegedly involving Binance data. This is why we recommend you be very selective about the exchanges you provide KYC/AML documentation to, and ALWAYS WATERMARK YOUR PHOTOS WITH THE DATE AND EXCHANGE. /1
An interesting observation: "...our violent crime rate in the US is at a historic low from its peak in the early 90’s. Shooting sprees weren’t common then. Serial killers, though, peaked in 1989 in number caught and their victim totals."
Yeah - it's hard to say without looking at court docs.
It's just that this bears a striking similarity to the modus operandi of the SIM swapping hacks.
They, too, are paying off employees of carriers to infiltrate carrier billing and admin systems. The main difference is the customer is obviously not consenting.
So the courts side with AT&T pretty much universally, I guess?
It's only a crime to transfer SIMs away from the company when it costs the carrier money.
In his Twitter profile, Connor Betts, the 24-year-old suspected gunman in the Dayton mass shooting, wrote, "he/him / anime fan / metalhead / leftist / i'm going to hell and i'm not coming back." http://bit.ly/2KpcrCL
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So, this being Twitter, go ahead and tell me your favorite line (even though it's not the greatest line).
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