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That’s more than I make for an article, so paying him (he wanted bitcoins by the way) was out of the question.
I briefly considered barging in, grabbing what I needed and taking off without leaving any trace, but, let’s face it, he wanted money for it, so I would be committing theft. Turning to the concept first proposed in the movie , where people were detained by acts called “Pre-Crime”, I contacted a friend of mine who had sucked up a copy of the database before ROR[RG] had a chance to lock it down and begin asking for cash.
ROR[RG] insisted that Adult Friend Finder (the company) owed a friend of his nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
He wanted his friend to get paid, so he went public.
It may sound devious or somehow over the line, but would you buy a lock from a lock manufacturer that professed to know nothing about how a lock is picked? Anyway, with my limited talents I could easily have walked into the Friend Finder database and collected the same thing that ROR[RG] collected and, using it for analysis, written my story. Instead I went to ROR[RG]’s area where he had placed the data.