CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 License.
JIM WASHINGTON: Today interest in Ubersoft intensified amid allegations that the Chinese government had hacked Ubersoft servers in order to “illicitly extract sensitive information.”
JIM WASHINGTON: The Chinese government strenuously denied the allegations, claiming that they “had absolutely no idea what Ubersoft was talking about.”
JIM WASHINGTON: Ubersoft responded to the Chinese government’s denial by noting that no government would actually admit to hacking computers, and therefore they were simply “confirming their involvement by claiming they weren’t involved.”
JIM WASHINGTON: The Chinese government replied that “they were far too busy hacking Google’s servers to bother with Ubersoft’s.”
JIM WASHINGTON: At that point the CEO of Ubersoft reportedly threw a chair.
NEWS TICKERTAPE: Amazon demands MacMillan agree to strict pricing limits on e-Books :: Amazon demands Baen employees agree to wear propeller beanies at all times :: Amazon demands DAW sales reps recite the Pirates of Penzance from memory