Identity theft connected with Diablo of Blizzard alleged to be CIA agent abuse power

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The identity theft connected with Diablo account of Blizzard alleged to be CIA agent abuse official power upon innocent citizens

RE: Battle.net Account Email Verification – Action Required‏

From: David Chang (chaokai_chang@hotmail.com)
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2013 4:11:49 PM
To: Diablo III (diablo@email.com)
Cc: Time Asia enquiries (enquiries@timeasia.com); First Lady Michelle Obama (info@messages.whitehouse.gov)

Dear Battle net account customer service:

The identity theft case which connected with Diablo account of Blizzard company was alleged to be committed by a local user, named Mr Liu Dong-Yun, who was a CIA agent plus a district court prosecutor and judge identity to steal my email account to register your game account and caused such a troubling issue. For this and related identity theft issue which had been affected me, recently I filed a subversion case against the prosecutor and agent Mr Liu who was alleged to commit such an identity theft misdemeanor upon my hotmail account “chaokai_chang@hotmail.com”. The attached legal action document was filed against the district court prosecutor and CIA agent Mr Liu, with Time magazine customer address forced to adjust from five digit code to three digit code by district court with no justifiable reasons, surely of an abuse of official power upon innocent citizens.

For your reference.

David CK Chang, SSN057-86-4042,
October 11, 2013,
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David CK Chang
3rd Fl.,204 ChungHsiao Rd., Banciao, New Taipei City, ZIP 22064, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel: 886-2-29550553,
Tel: 886-2-89529809, N/A
Mobile: 886-(0)930568181, N/A
0953718256, *N/A

David has a file to share with you on SkyDrive. To view it, click the link below.
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From: diablo@email.com
To: chaokai_chang@hotmail.com
Subject: Battle.net Account Email Verification – Action Required
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 02:29:00 +0800
Greetings!

A user of this account has recently been involved in actions deemed inappropriate for Diablo III. The account action detailed below was made after a thorough investigation of the situation as a whole.

Though we are unable to discuss the outcome of our investigation due to privacy concerns, rest assured that this incident has been looked into very thoroughly and appropriate action taken on all accounts involved.

We now provide a secure link for you to verify whether you have taken the appropriate steps to secure the account, your computer, and your email address. Please follow this site to restore the access to your account:
https://www.battle.net/account/d3/login-support.html

Once your account authentication has been completed, we will check your account and let you know what we can do for you.

Regards,

Thank you for your understanding and respect for this.
Blizzard Entertainment

If you have additional questions or concerns, please log in to the Blizzard Customer Support web site at
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Reply to Blizzard Entertainment email 20111122

Upon Game Master Ordesor Online Privacy Policy email sent on Nov 16, I have replied on Nov 18, but on Nov 20 I have received the same content of email. WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH YOUR COMPANY? Would the account still have problems? I didn’t receive your company’s reply yet about the email sent on Nov 18.

Best Regards,

David CK Chang,
SSN057-86-4042, 
chaokai_chang@hotmail.com,
National Central Library,
Taipei City

Letter to Blizzard Entertainment 20111118

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Upon 11/16 Blizzard Entertainment, Game Master Ordesor, sent an email to chaokai_chang@hotmail.com; I think that it should not happen.

Previously I had some quarrels for six more years with the Naional Central Library located at Chung Shang South Rd. NO.20, Taipei City, and recently within library I read an article of the Economist, October 22ND-28TH 2011 issue, with an illustration of a beatle with Justice libra symbol on its back, which along with message, saying law enforcement force (for example, Taipei District Court Prosecuter Yang and/or Prosecutor Chen(informed WoW playing online November 2010 through April 2011, which should be the profit center loss starting month, using insulting guild name “Crazy Asylum Guild” openly in the name of police law enforcement activity, approaching role play game characters), Former Dept of Law Minister Shih(once a judge) or pop singer Ms. Fan, the National Central Library police, their agency companions or director, etc.), out of the reason of USA or Taiwan agent wage account freezing or profit center value depreciating or loss from USA World of Warcraft game organization, right as that of 1994 August 14 Taipei dead agent Sgt Eva Ivory suffered, without their World of Warcraft game “investment” money got paid. The info inside library mentioned that the police or law enforment(prosecuter or judge) probably got involved what the Economist informally implied, therefore irritated the law enforcement police in library, but this information has not been varified or confirmed yet. Though today I received an email from Blizzard Entertainment, saying that my Battle.net account has problems, surely appeared to be another harassment again since this April reported for virtual money stolen(3000 virtual gold was stolen). What the Economist revealed and hinted therefore could be real.

Best Regards,

David CK Chang, SSN057-86-4042,
November 18, 2011

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Upon 11/16 Blizzard Entertainment, Game Master Ordesor, sent an email to chaokai_chang@hotmail.com; I think that it should not happen.

Previously I had some quarrels for six more years with the Naional Central Library located at Chung Shang South Rd. NO.20, Taipei City, and recently within library I read an article of the Economist, October 22ND-28TH 2011 issue, with an illustration of a beatle with Justice libra symbol on its back, which along with message, saying law enforcement force (for example, Taipei District Court Prosecuter Yang and/or Prosecutor Chen(informed online November 2010 through April 2011, which should be the profit center loss starting month, using insulting guild name “Crazy Asylum Guild” openly in the name of police law enforcement activity, approaching role play game characters), Former Dept of Law Minister Shih(once a judge) or pop singer Ms. Fan, the National Central Library police, their agency companions or director, etc.), out of the reason of USA or Taiwan agent wage account freezing or profit center value depreciating or loss from USA World of Warcraft game organization, right as that of 1994 August 14 Taipei dead agent Sgt Eva Ivory suffered, without their World of Warcraft game “investment” money got paid.

I skimmed this article of the Economist earlier in-library with surveilence camera, but without accounting it until the library police abuse violence again on Oct 27 to knock down the victim with belt pull broken in addition to the 100 times previously aresting and/or driving out of library upon the very victim, to account it on my facebook site.

The info inside library mentioned that the police or law enforment(prosecuter or judge) probably got involved what the Economist informally implied, therefore the information released by the Economist irritated the law enforcement police in library, but this information has not been varified or confirmed yet. Though today I received an email from Blizzard Entertainment, saying that my Battle.net account has problems, surely appeared to be another harassment again since this April reported for virtual money stolen(3000 virtual gold was stolen). What the Economist revealed and hinted therefore could be real, sir.

Best Regards,

David CK Chang, SSN057-86-4042,

November 18, 2011