The case also known as the DrinkorDie conspiracy proved lucrative for Liverpool-born Timothy King QC, who recently defended BNP leader Nick Griffin on race hate charges.
What does DOD stand for?
DOD stands for DrinkOrDie
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We have 186 other meanings of DOD in our Acronym Attic
- Dog on Duty
- Domain of Definition
- Domain of Doom (website)
- Domestic Object Damage
- Downstream on Demand
- Downtown Overlay District (various cities)
- Draft on Demand
- Drag-on Dragoon (video game)
- Dream of Doll (Korea)
- Drink of the Day (promotion)
- Driver on Demand (Linux)
- Drop On Demand
- Drug Overdose
- Dungeons of Doom (NetHack)
- Department of Defense Automated Identification Technology
- Department of Defence Army Personnel Agency (Australia)
- Department of Defense Chief Information Officer
- Department of Defense Information Assurance Scholarship Program
- Department of Defense Identification Number (US DoD)
- Department of Defense Information Technology Registry
Samples in periodicals archive:
Alex Bell, (29), and three others ran the UK end of DrinkorDie - an international code-cracking group - and thought of themselves as modern-day Robin Hoods, the Old Bailey was told.
The gang were part of a network called DrinkorDie which has been dubbed the 'al-Qaida of Internet piracy'.
DrinkorDie had a reputation for cracking complex and expensive programmes.