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Several verses of the rap song Hackers and the Crackers by Zearle are devoted to the group Radium. In 2004, evidence was presented that some of the system sound files included with the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, such as .mw-parser-output .monospacedfont-family:monospace,monospaceWMPAUD1.WAV, were authored using an unlicensed version of Sound Forge which was supplied by Radium.[23]

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RELOADED (also known as RLD!) was founded in June 2004.[29] Their founders are believed to be ex-DEViANCE members, though their rival group HOODLUM claimed in December 2004 that none of DEViANCE's previous leaders had ever been part of RELOADED.[30] The group has cracked several modern protection schemes like SecuROM 8, Blizzard's Battle.NET, and Arxan Anti-Tamper. In 2022 the group was reported as still active and working with team BTCR.[citation needed]

CLASS (also known as CLS) was a warez group which was the target of federal raids such as Operation Fastlink. They were a global group with members worldwide, often releasing game "rips". The group ceased operations in 2004 after their 1,234th release.[38]

Also supportive of a southwestern movement of EPN speakers are EPN terms in Niuean in the first order Tongic subgroup and, thus, outside all subgroups encompassing EPN except Polynesian itself. Marck (2000) provided a number of lexemes shared by Niuean and EPN, supporting borrowing by Niuean from EPN. In his study of borrowing in Niuean, Sperlich (2004) focused primarily on disproving the possibility that Niuean had an EPN (or Samoan) substrate--a claim not made here, where the claim is that EPN terms have been added to the underlying Tongic base of Niuean. Sperlich generally rejected the possibility of pre-European EPN influence on Niuean, except for NIU mitaki 'good' (cf. PEPN *ma'itaki 'good' > RAR meitaki). However, it is clear from POLLEX that Niuean shares a considerable number of lexemes uniquely with EPN languages (and sometimes also with Pukapukan). These shared lexemes must have entered Niuean through a type of contact similar to, but less extensive than, that which occurred between EPN and Pukapukan, sometimes resulting in the same words being borrowed by both Niuean and Pukapukan. Furthermore, a number of Niuean lexemes that Sperlich discusses and rejects as possibly due to Samoan influence, like NIU laakan 'shrub', could also be derived from EPN.

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