I doubt that's a new leak. A chunk of their email archive is floating around t'internet. It just takes someone with the motivation to trawl it for information. The other day it was someone with a thing against people torrenting porn. Today it's someone who just has something against Sky or Sky subscribers, or Plusnet or Plusnet subscribers who torrent, or were suspected of torrenting.
...and so it continues:
The personal details of a further 8,000 people alleged to have shared music or films illegally have appeared online.
I hope you enjoy bankruptcy you inept motherfuckers.
A list of more than 8,000 Sky broadband subscribers and a second of 400 PlusNet users surfaced following a security breach of legal firm ACS:Law.
It comes after a database of more than 5,000 people suspected of downloading adult films emerged yesterday.
ohai! \o/ It gave me something to do last night whilst the other half watched her Big Brother DVD.
It's definitely the same one. There was two spreadsheets for Sky (that I found), one contained names and addresses and the other didn't. Plusnet was there too as was Easynet. It really is quite the nugget if people can be bothered to look through all the subfolders too.
As well as quite a few employees sending emails saying they wished to resign or are sorry they never turned back up but they didn't want to work for ACS any longer. Oh and I found out he signed up to E-Harmony whilst planning to buy a property with his other half...whilst sending emails to his ex-wife (of 14 years apparently) calling her a drug-riddled whore or something like that. Classy man!