timothy from the firstname-lastname-at-someplace dept.
BoxRec writes with this excerpt from The Daily Mail: "A mother trying to identify a blackmailer who posted 'sensitive' details about her child on Wikipedia has won the right to find out who edited her entry. In the first case of its kind, a High Court judge has ordered the online encyclopedia's parent company to disclose the IP address of one of its registered users."
"Why waste negative entropy on comments, when you could use the same
entropy to create bugs instead?"
-- Steve Elias