After of Toronto posted information on how to hack into MobiTV, the video-to-cell phone streaming service responded by asking’s ISP to shut the site down.

In a stunning about-face, however, MobiTV executives said they realized it might actually be easier to try, you know, FIXING the security hole rather than hiding it. Talk about thought leadership.

Begs the question, though: How many people are really all that keen to run illegal streams of Animal Planet on their phone, anyway?

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