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Posted on Friday, August 3 @ 21:01:58 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
The fearmongers are often quite a bit out of touch, however the head of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre just won the grand prize.

Yep, this might be the most clueless quote I have ever seen, and that's saying a lot. Remember, this is a guy whose entire job is to study high-tech crime:

"Kevin Zuccato, head of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre in Canberra, says terrorists can gain training in games such as World of Warcraft in a simulated environment, using weapons that are identical to real-world armaments."

Wow. I mean, WoW.

The rest of the article in The Australian is only slightly less insane, as they jibber about terrorist strikes and money laundering in Second Life. Should we be afraid of terrorist training camps in Second Life? Only if they're trying to perfect the Flying Penis Attack.


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