TRACKING THE Sarah Palin email hacker. “To prevent abuse of the service – such as the occasional bomb threat or other illegal act that’s been known to happen – Ramuglia logs each user’s IP address, along with the time and web destination. That often isn’t enough to track down people who access extremely popular websites. But in this case, the perpetrators included a whole string of random-looking characters when posting screenshots of Palin’s hacked account. That will probably be enough for him to pinpoint the proverbial needle in the haystack.” It’ll be interesting to see who was behind this. . . .
Related item here.
UPDATE: Rick Moran calls this “a new low.”