At his blog he says;
But the EGM editor-in-chief Dan Hsu, who says ZD has the IP logs of the transgression to back it up, say that isn't all the truth. He send details in a mail to Kotaku.
UPDATE: THE PROBLEM IS ALMOST SOLVED. WE'LL PROBABLY BE BACK TOMORROW.
THE SITE'S STILL DOWN.
IT WAS NOT OUR INTENTION TO MESS WITH ANYONE. LIKE EVERY NEWS SITE AND BLOG, WE JUST WANTED TO PASS INFORMATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE INTEREST FOR ANY SUBJECT.
JUST TO CLARIFY, WE DIDN'T HAVE ANY NDA, AND FAR LESS WE WOULD HACK ANYTHING FROM ZIFF DAVIS. A SOURCE CAME TO US AND PASSED SOME INFOS AND THE TWO PICTURES, AND WE PUBLISHED THEM.
ALTHOUGH WE STILL DON'T THINK WE SHOULD, WE REALLY WANT TO APOLOGIZE TO ANYONE WHO GOT HURT WITH THE INCIDENT.
ZIFF DAVIS WAS THREATENING US, AND WE ARE REALLY AFRAID, OF COURSE.
This guy did not get the information from an "anonymous source." He's a freelancer for EGM Brazil who finally admitted to them that he did not have a source, but rather, stole the information from our servers (we have IP logs for this). He used his working relationship with EGM Brazil, stole a password, and took information from our story and posted it up before we could.What a shame Pereira! =/
You make Blanka ashamed, what he gonna say at Capcom?
Read more about it at Kotaku