Now, with the limited information we have, we may never know the real story. Maybe the flash drive held a picture of the flash drive itself. Maybe it was all a filthy lie in one woman’s quest for internet infamy. Maybe Kim Dotcom’s encryption methods are even more elaborate and/or delicious than anyone could have ever dreamed. Or maybe, just maybe, the stars briefly aligned as one woman’s lack of understanding met another’s overly complicated request to create the perfect storm of USB pastries. [Imgur via Twitter user Brian Harris]
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