If you execute the source code for "DoubleBlind," you are sending out an invitation under an assumed identity to one of the 99 winners of the IOCCC (International Obfuscated C-Code Contest), promising an honorarium of $ 500 to the recipient of the invite. This could be interpreted as identity theft (a violation of privacy rights) and fraud (for more information see: http://www.privacyrights.org/). Most importantly, it could prove immensely disappointing to the recipients of the invite who do not know its true origin. However, the winners of the IOCC have already received or been informed about this invitation, which unfortunately now makes your message ineffective or spam.