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Porn and Halo 3 file sharing

Destructoid writes: "The depth of depravity on the Internet rarely surprises me anymore. What does surprise me is when vice slips through a seemingly secure system. Today, HushedCasket stumbled upon something particularly odd on Halo 3's file sharing system. It was an image of several topless women, instead of the typical Halo 3 picture.

The racy picture was uncovered while a user was browsing his recent players and subsequently their shared photos. The offender's profile and the picture can be found here for those so inclined to see it. The image is at the bottom of the menu, and is obviously not safe for work or minors.

My first question is, how does one circumvent the system and place this picture into the system? Secondly, is this practice very widespread? I imagine that Bungie will squash this as soon as they realize that people are abusing the system in this way, but this is certainly very odd. Have you guys seen anything like this before while playing Halo 3?"

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toughNAME2927d ago

You can't watch Big Black Poles+Big Latin Holes while playing Killzone

Lord Anubis2927d ago (Edited 2927d ago )

you would know. It wouldn't be far fetched to say you watch the poles quite often.

PoSTedUP2927d ago (Edited 2927d ago )

i jest i jest

Microsoft_Warrior2927d ago

Let's do the word in 4 comments :)

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Lord Shuhei Yoshida2926d ago

F*ck You Xbots

Besides it stayed for hours.Deal with it

psiom2927d ago

That's not porn, it's artwork.

What kinda messed up paranoid loonies are worried about this as PORN?

It's nothing more than what you'd see in an art gallery.

dhammalama2927d ago

with sh!tty porn, I mean ... artwork.

psiom2927d ago

Dude. What's the big issue? It's cartoon "nudity" built with weapons.

I can tell you right now that Bungie doesn't have a problem with this, because they have a sense of humor (unlike you apparently?).

If they act against it, the orders will almost certainly have come from Microsoft or an ESRB legal requirement.

dhammalama2926d ago (Edited 2926d ago )

Did you check the link or just assume? You don't know wtf you are talking about:(

EastCoastSB2926d ago

You obviously didn't see the picture that they were talking about.

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