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Database was stolen, but still in use
The theft of a player database that belonged to Grand Banks Casino and was left in the safekeeping of provider Real Time Gaming continued to produce new surprises this week, although the alleged Latvian webmaster culprit has still not been identified.
Early in the week several players complained that they were still getting follow-up email traffic from Friedman’s Windows Casino despite the fact that he now clearly knows the database was stolen (Friedman claims he innocently bought the database from an unknown Latvian webmaster)
The speculation is that regardless of the dubious origins of the database Friedman has embedded it into the Windows records and continues to use it in attempts to persuade players to gamble at his casino, which competes with Grand Banks for business. The ethical and decent thing to do here would be to expunge this illegally supplied and private information completely.
Confusing the issue even further, an informant has told us that in fact this database has been touted around over the past couple of months with a somewhat extravagant price tag of $25 000. The identity of the seller is known (and it appears that he is not Latvian) and the information has been passed on to the aggrieved Grand Banks Casino for whatever follow-up action they wish to take. It is, after all alleged to be their database that is being hawked around. This could result in further fireworks and embarrassment for some of the parties involved in this disturbing player information security dispute.