For what it's worth, the document that was published was not published by McCormick, and his Big Picture was edited to remove personal information, except for the cases where it's well known (like names of PPs) or has been published by MindArk (like in the case of the advisors on the ICO). As for when it comes to real life pictures, to the best of my knowledge, are/were posted by people themselves on PCF/former EntropiaForum. At EntropiaPlanets we (of course) do not support doxxing and/or stalking. We try and keep an eye on things, but obviously we are human and make mistakes. If you, or anyone else, have issues with any of that, please feel free to reach out to the admins, and we will do our best to remedy things. As for the Terminator, that was a publically offered prize in a competition open to everyone playing PE/EU at the time. If I recall correctly, Dub had the idea for making a video and enlisted McCormick to help make it (as McC was and still is recognized for his video editing skills). Their video won, and the weapon was named after them. If it had been won by someone else, the weapon would still be in-game, but with a different name. I do not see that as special treatment in any way, shape or form. IT's similar to Skam, Nicole and Lykke having items named after them. They never got anything other than bragging rights from MindArk. The favoruitism McC is hinting at, though, is different in that certain (allegedly) participants receive inside information, or are handed special items in backroom deals. A real cash economy is only as trustworthy as those running it. If blatant favoritism, nepotism and shady dealings happen, that absolutely should be brought into the open. I own nothing of value within EU anymore, and still feel that trust is a key aspect. As someone who owns items of considerable value, I'd think you would have an even greater interest in having this sort of stuff brought to light. How else is this sort of crap going to stop, exactly?