But now, after seeing hundreds of stories and reading thousands of comments, you’ve made it clear. You’d rather see Digg go down fighting than bow down to a bigger company. We hear you, and effective immediately we won’t delete stories or comments containing the code and will deal with whatever the consequences might be... - Kevin RoseConsidering how much of a nothing this is, the key is out in the public domain now and anyone that would actually know what to do with it can find it if they want to, the amount of publicity this has generated is astounding.
You only have to look at Google News or Digg itself, to see how much fuss this has kicked off. But the question is, will the
Update: Never underestimate corporate stupidity,
It started out as a circumvention effort six to eight weeks ago but we now see the key on YouTube and on T-Shirts...a line is crossed when we start seeing keys being distributed and tools for circumvention. You step outside of the realm of protected free speech then. - Michael AyersDo they really think they can put the genie back in the bottle?
Update: I guess it doesn't look like it, does it?