UFC president Dana White, embroiled in an internet war with hackers upset about the UFC’s support of controversial Internet watch-dog legislation SOPA, made a personal visit to a Las Vegas woman recently to apologize for her getting caught up in the web of who he refers to as “online terrorists.”
White threw down with hackers that briefly re-directed visitors to UFC.com and UFC.tv recently, challenging them to do it again. They instead went after the man himself, posting personal information on the web – including a social security number, phone numbers, addresses, and more – indicating that it was White’s.
At least one address and phone number turned out to be that of Las Vegas resident Julie Breeler, according to a news report by Fox 5 News in Las Vegas. The news show did a story on Breeler, who said she has been getting non-stop phone calls and has been on edge, worrying that her home is being approached by people looking for White.
“(I) went over and apologized for all the trouble caused by the online terrorists,” White told FOX5’s Claudine Grant.
White isn’t backing down, however, once again telling hackers to keep trying.