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batye
batye
5/14/2018 10:32:40 PM
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Re: Crime sometimes pays..?
@Michelle if I recall correctly Humans create machines to surve humans , machines create Matrix, Matrix slave humans to surve machines :) scary  future ... 

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Michelle
Michelle
5/13/2018 11:27:37 PM
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Guardian
Re: Crime sometimes pays..?
Sounds right. Do you think Skynet would work with the Matrix? It's been a while...Did the Matix movies say who created the Matrix?

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mhhfive
mhhfive
5/10/2018 7:08:59 PM
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Re: Crime sometimes pays..?
Nakamoto is actually Skynet. The AI is already disrupting our economy, and we don't even know it's not human.....

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Ariella
Ariella
5/8/2018 8:18:24 PM
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Protector
Re: Crime sometimes pays..?
@mhhf1ve that contributed a great deal to the mystique that surrounded Bitcoin in its early days. Now if that were in a book or film -- and this Romanian hacker business made me think this would be great as a thriller plot -- the big reveal would be that Natoshi is actually female, perhaps even a group of females, who used the same device the novelist George Eliot did.

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mhhfive
mhhfive
5/8/2018 7:54:17 PM
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Guardian
Crime sometimes pays..?
> "These extraditions send a strong warning to cybercriminals and fraudsters worldwide..."

Sure, but I think many cybercriminals believe they'll never get caught. No one even knows the true identity of bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. If you're smart enough online, no one will be able to find you..... 

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