Anonymous Is Going After Zynga For Mistreating Employees, It Has Leaked Confidential Documents And Games | TechCrunch
Ottway Ducard stashed this in games
"Following the preliminary announced of this week the final strategy for the next two quarters has been successfully set to delivery by november 23 an additional but of 800 jobs with further raising of new capital from the market to support businesses.
Weâ��ve identified our global gambling strategy with bwin.party and as we speak discussions are progressing with a partner to cover the US market.
Work is focused and on-going to completely outsource our development teams in our offices in Bangalore , India to hedge our position in the long term.
Weâ��ve identified key new products from third parties such as Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime , Shove Prod and Music Invaders in which we are starting business contacts to buy these IP for transaction value of approximately 20 million.
We strongly believe we will conclude these deals this month and compete with this titles against mobile competitors with ease.
Our business continues to evolve and we must evolve with it. We operate in a exciting and challenging industry and I am very pleased that our senior leadership team continue to strengthen and develop with us."
Wikileaks for Startups and silicon valley companies; that's an interesting idea.
Is this the same group that is associated with Julian Assange?
Wikileaks, yes. Anonymous no; I was simply saying a "wikileaks" for startups is an interesting concept. That's basically what has happened here; supposedly Anonymous has been hacking or intercepting Zynga internal documents and releasing them on the web.
there was once such a 'wikileaks for startups' .... it was called fuckedcompany.com and they got sued into oblivion.
Wait, I'm confused. Honest question -- so who is behind this group attacking Zynga?
It's the Hacker Group that calls itself Anonymous.
They're the ones who threatened to take down Facebook last year.
This has nothing to do with Wikileaks other than that they're employing similar techniques.
I have to say, this makes them look like bullies. Just kicking a guy when he's down. If they'd done this a year ago, maybe it would have been justice. But they are just hurting the employees further by making their poor stock worth less.
Christina, agreed. Anonymous seems very late in this announcement.