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The UFC vs the Internet

So how did hackers respond to Dana White’s “I’m not afraid of the Internet / You are all terrorists” speech at yesterday’s UFC on FOX press conference? Well, after a strange back and forth conversation with Anonymous, Dana White has been dox’d, UFC.com hacked again, and more action is being threatened.

 

  • CAP

    Ha I knew they would respond to that “challenge”. Stay tuned!

  • drunkenjunk

    anon is a bunch of tools, you know they all love dubstep

  • noiseless

    ^ i believe it’s called “complextro” now. fucken kids. they’re allright.

  • Reverend Clint

    looks like dana needs to get life lock

  • glassjawsh

    holy shit

  • glassjawsh

    and there is nothing wrong with dubstep, you fuckin meathead

  • Reverend Clint

    dubstep is sex music for homosexuals

  • noiseless

    SHRILLEX made that happen. dubstep was a little more closet homo before her. bwoap bwoap, ham.

  • fish tacos

    Shit fuck cunt asshole

  • dignan

    I used to fuck around on IRC all the time acting like a hacker when I was just a low level courier with a bunch of smart nerd friends.

    I ended up pissing off some asshole by “splitting” into his private/protected channel, and we had some words.

    He ended up stealing my nick for 3 years by putting a bot on it, and took down Oakland’s Covad DSL to do it.

    I learned my lesson not to piss off certain people, even if it is anonymous.

  • frickshun

    HAHAHAH!! This shit is high-larious. Rich egomaniac threatens flying spaghetti monster & loses…..

  • kvelertak

    totally for the lulz.

  • Jarman

    Ha! crazy…..
    Dana, calling them out, and getting it stuck to him. amazing.
    He should really keep his pie-hole shut on this one. He’s supporting based on his limited, questionably beneficial interest in it…..anon’s opposing based on these acts’ broad, sweeping, power-consolidating measures. I think the UFC can only lose here. It’s questionable if they would even benefit from the implementation of this. Meanwhile, anon wastes their time on a biz that no one official gives two shits about. they should shut down the Justice Dept again. and again. etc.

    meanwhile, I’m lulz’ing harder that I find out they finally defined it as something notdubstep…..on fightlinnker? seriously? thought i’d see something bout it on dubstepforum….but I can’t stand skrillex et al, so I keep retreating back to my 2004-2010 dubstep n hiphop. Thanks noiseless! complextro……a name almost as retarded as the music. Glassjawsh – 10 points!

  • glassjawsh

    not going to lie. the My Name is Skrillex ep is still on my phone and was in the rotation until I saw that shit clown at summercamp festival last year. complete garbage live..what kind of a dj stops the music and tries to get the crowd to sing along?? who the fuck is singing the words to a dubstep song???? just give me my bleeps and bloops and some WOMP WOMPs and move along….

    bassnectar sober > skrillex peaking on mushrooms
    pretty lights > all dubstep ever

  • DJ ThunderElbows

    I recently got turned on to Bassnectar from my Daft channel on Pandora and dig what I’ve heard so far.

  • andres

    dirtiest dubstep 2011 is where I get my track. @Dana lulz. Can’t wait for pt 2. :)

  • raizor

    Console.fm has some cool Dubstep tracks (amongst others). Well worth checking out.

    Perhaps Dana is going to take the ‘script kiddies’ seriously. The whole “…then don’t buy things online” stance he’s taking is pretty foolish.

  • noiseless

    guise.. 2005’ish, skream + digital mystikz. *wipes hands*

  • iamphoenix

    you guys are tools and queers for your boner for dubstep. it’s alright, but hardcore and shit is so much better… dougal and gammer…headhunterz. showtek, noisecontrollers, technoboy and tuneboy. ravine.

  • iamphoenix

    blutonium boy

  • iamphoenix
  • Redping

    no my particular taste in music is the best, and yours are all inferior!

    also I like how anonymous finally gets Dana into a back-and-forth conversation and instead of, you know, actually saying anything, or telling them WHY they hate him and his brand so much, or even grilling him about his defense of the piracy act, they just go WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT US? DO YOU THINK WE’RE COOOL? and then just jacked off all over themselves patting themselves on the back for other hackers.

    I don’t know a lot about hacking but does anyone else think that it’s not actually an organised group and hackers have just all agreed to take credit for whatever anybody else has ever done on the internet? the way they’re trying to claim the egytpian democracy as some kind of trophy is kind of disgusting.

    Shame, because that’s the only way we’re going to get the issue right into dana’s face and now it makes all internet users seem like 15 year old, uptight nazi’s who are desperate for everybody to like them.

  • noiseless

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  • iamphoenix

    my taste in music is SUPERIOR and you probably never heard of it. dubstep is too mainstream.

  • Jarman

    Ping, you got a point, is kinda funny they name dropped the arab spring. Kinda sad. anon’s this beehive of individuals that’s only minimally organized. there’s no guidelnes, anyone can call themselves anonymous. They’re a long running mob of highly computer literate nerds. one might take credit for that shit, and another might tell you the last is an idiot with no real affiliation. They really did miss the boat n saying anything important or relevant. “Do you hate the internet, or these major event we’ve had minimal involvement with?” fuckup…..not like Dan woulda done an about face had they taken advantage, but the world did take notice their speaker at the moment was a complete tool.

    but jawsh, i gotta ask….which bassnectar era? cause he’s changed his style a LOT. But his live sets, of all his genre hopping, blow it all outta the water. Dude has some serious energy. and it’s infectious. I met him a few times, and he’s the humblest, nicest dude, and he remembers people. “Oh yeah, you were the guy going nuts in the front at that Vancouver show in september 06!”

    noiseless- yes…….DMZ will forever be my epitome of dubstep. skream can keep progressing, and I will love it all for it being skream. nothing he does is by the numbers. even when it’s an oldass genre, he breathes in fresh life.
    that era was when dubstep grabbed me, and that’s where my love stays…..that and Distance. Never heard a Distance track i didn’t like.

    phoenizzle, you like hardcore? really? i thought people like you were all a myth, like the boogeyman. actually, i call bullshit….no one really like hardcore except methheads, then they sober up (or die), and realize it’s garbage.

  • agentsmith

    I don’t even know WTF dubstep is.

  • iamphoenix

    dubstep is a 80’s glam rock band.

    and jarman, you obviously don’t know what hardcore is.

  • G Funk

    I guess the techno trance, jungle, and D&B days have gone the way of disco disco.

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