Whoever got into my email and decided to send my unreleased tracks to every1. I hope you read. I’m gonna to find you. Good luck #scumbag
— Simon Patterson (@Sipatterson) January 2, 2015
A few days ago, Simon Patterson gave a public bashing of whomever hacked his email and leaked all of his unreleased tracks to the general public. However, over the past couple of weeks, he hasn’t been the only target.
Seemingly, Ferry (Tayle?) and Indecent Noise both fell victim to similar schemes.
— Indecent Noise (@IndecentNoise) January 3, 2015
No real leads have been made public at this time but it’s safe to say that it’s not high on the internet crimes most wanted list for a few “pirated” tracks; especially after the whole “Interview” fiasco prior to the holidays. With this being personal and intellectual property stolen outright regardless, this should be a wake up call for other producers to safeguard theirs a little bit better because even the bigger dogs aren’t invincible.