I also sent out a tweet asking other people to report @lolspoon.
I got a lot of angry responses on Twitter, more than I expected. And yesterday, Twitter took down the @lolspoon account.
The angry attacks on me increased, claiming that I was a "snitch" and that they needed to react to the injury done to "Kayla". So I checked, and apparently @lolspoon is, in fact, one of the core LulzSec members, as listed here:
I claim victory in a duel of hackers:
1. By violating the Terms of Service, @lolspoon created a security vulnerability in her Twitter account.
2. I used a Privilege Escalation Exploit on that vulnerability, through the mechanism of a trouble ticket, and pwned her.
Therefore I have won by code duello, and no one is justified in protesting it.
Furthermore, I maintain that all criminal hackers are lacking in "skilz", because they have also exposed themselves to similar privilege escalation attacks through poor security practices, The law is a system like any other and failing to respect it is poor security and sloppy hacking.
Therefore, if you want to be 1337, you should obey the law.