Leaks getting the crack down

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I guess this answers the question to our weekend contest. If you’ll notice, the shots of the BlackBerry 8800 have been removed (and one blurred out of jest, really). Apparently, the original source is getting a little antsy and worried about his friend who’s job he put in jeopardy by submitting these pictures (that have now circulated to everyone and their grandmother). What does this mean? This means that leaks and speculation should be left to the experts, and BG-wannabes should keep their BlackJacks in their pants. What’s that saying? If you can’t do the crime, don’t do the time? Yeah, consider this your fortune cookie, pal.

  • mike
  • mike
  • WizKid

    Yes absolutely correct, but I would like to thank you for having a good heart and blurring out the pic, as well as taking down the rest… God Bless

  • WizKid

    Yes absolutely correct, but I would like to thank you for having a good heart and blurring out the pic, as well as taking down the rest… God Bless

  • Thought

    It’s funny, but at this point it doesn’t really make much difference removing the images…the “damage”, if one considers it that, has already been done. The genie of information, once set free, just cannot be put back into the bottle so easily.

    I do agree that if one works for a cell phone carrier, and not only leaks images, but leaks images clearly taken in a company store, then that is really taking a risk and being rather cavalier.

    That all being said, I still believe that in many cases, these info leaks can actually help sales. Just like with the Pearl, these leaks will only create a rush of demand for the device once it is released.

    If corporations were smart they’d actually encourage and participate in this kind of underground marketing…

  • Thought

    It’s funny, but at this point it doesn’t really make much difference removing the images…the “damage”, if one considers it that, has already been done. The genie of information, once set free, just cannot be put back into the bottle so easily.

    I do agree that if one works for a cell phone carrier, and not only leaks images, but leaks images clearly taken in a company store, then that is really taking a risk and being rather cavalier.

    That all being said, I still believe that in many cases, these info leaks can actually help sales. Just like with the Pearl, these leaks will only create a rush of demand for the device once it is released.

    If corporations were smart they’d actually encourage and participate in this kind of underground marketing…