There's more about it in the story linked to above, but I'm wondering where to next if 2FA now can't be trusted?
And here's Mr Dotcom himself, not talking about his 2FA patent.
Kim Dotcom taking the stage at the launch of Mega. Photo: Juha Saarinen
This is how it happens these days. Boya Dee live tweeting the Woolwich murder of a cadet soldier by islamist mad men.
This Tumblr, Dom's laptop is in Iran, did something everyone does at some stage. it named and shamed those who seemed guilty of something. Long story short: Dom's laptop was stolen and ended up in Iran. Through remote access software, Dom tracked the laptop over the Internet and activated the camera on it. He took pictures of people and published them.
Except, the people in the pictures weren't the ones who had stolen his laptop. In Dom's words:
The innocent new owners of my laptop have been in touch and are mortified about the story and are keen to return the laptop.
Given the huge error of judgement on my part in sharing the story and failing to respect their privacy I have asked them to keep it by means of an apology.