I had a question about the argument in this article Why The Stalker Attack is a Non Issue.
In the scenario the article describes, there is a "Victim" and an "Attacker". The Victim tries to split from The DAO to convert his TDT to ETH. The Attacker wants to prevent the Victim from doing so (& potentially excise a ransom). To split, the Victim creates a Split proposal and the Attacker votes Yes. Assume in the child-DAO, the Attacker has more TDT than the Victim.
The article suggests that this is a "high-risk" endeavor for the Attacker - why? Couldn't the Attacker simply create a new Split proposal from the victim's childDAO at any point & mark himself as curator of the new childDAO?