(Unfortunately he lost his domain name to squatters a few months later, but the post is still up in the Wayback Machine.) His post was in response to some of Jeff Atwood’s readers, who pointed out that many web developers have bosses and clients who insist on them storing passwords in clear text so that they can e-mail password reminders to their users.To be sure, you can try explaining to them that there are alternative approaches that don’t compromise usability, but if your boss is an “I’m not a computer person” type, or just doesn’t care, you might as well try to strike a match on jelly, or you may even find your job on the line.In late 2007, he became Internet-famous when he caught the attention of 4chan and Encyclopedia Dramatica.Initial fascination was spurred on by his signature homemade Sonichu medallion, his childlike artwork featuring his unoriginal Sonic recolor, and his history of loitering in public places while literally holding up a sign asking women to talk to him.The relevant part of the Act is Schedule 1, Part I, paragraph 7, which states the seventh of eight Data Protection Principles: Appropriate technical and organisational measures shall be taken against unauthorised or unlawful processing of personal data and against accidental loss or destruction of, or damage to, personal data.9 Having regard to the state of technological development and the cost of implementing any measures, the measures must ensure a level of security appropriate to— (a) the harm that might result from such unauthorised or unlawful processing or accidental loss, destruction or damage as are mentioned in the seventh principle, and (b) the nature of the data to be protected.It should be noted that these restrictions apply to “personal data” as well as to “sensitive personal data.” As Mats argued, and I would reiterate, and the Christian dating website/4chan incident illustrates dramatically, losing people’s passwords has the potential for immense harm.I am the hand-drawing original creator of Sonichu, Rosechu and the city of Cwcville, Virginia, USA.Christian Weston Chandler (born Christopher Weston Chandler on 24 February 1982, and currently Christine Weston Chandler) is a 35-year-old autistic transwoman, former virgin with rage, and creator of the infamous Sonichu.
I don't think he is, I get the impression Micheal is a fling, and that she's made out like she's been without sex for a while even though she's getting ample from her fiance. If you have any questions, please contact the site administrator. The denizens of notorious imageboard 4chan are up to mischief again with an attack on Christians over the weekend.Given consumer password security is usually poor, it's no surprise that many victims used the same login credentials on both sites, which is one possible route of attack.Or it could be that email accounts associated with profiles at the Christian dating website were hit first, before Facebook account passwords were reset.