Skip to comments.13 Members of Anonymous Indicted
Posted on 10/03/2013 8:54:51 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted 13 members of the Internet hacking group Anonymous for allegedly carrying out cyber-attacks worldwide, including targets that refused to process payments for WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy website founded by Julian Assange.
The U.S.-based members of Anonymous are accused of zeroing in on the computers of governments, trade associations, law firms, financial institutions and other institutions that oppose the philosophy of Anonymous to make all information free for everyone, regardless of copyright laws or national security considerations.
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Caught in their own Web.
Not so anonymous now.
Donut gets you a dollar they talked themselves into jail.
Only 13 out of 300. Another reason the government is worthless. However if you believe in freedom, then the government knows every thing it can about you.
To the posters point:The cybervandals are starting to learn that actions have consequences.
Cyber tech and their vandals, are so far ahead of our gov that it’s not even funny. 90% of cyber tech criminals will never be punished. The government is to slow, technology is fast. They will do their work out of different countries.
The US gov will do nothing beyond it’s reach. This is a stupid article.
OK, Pete, you lost a little credibility there. If you're willing to pretend the Bradley is Chelsea, how are we to take your writing on Anonymous seriously? Are these really hackers or let's-pretend hackers?
The Associated Press ran a giant national fundraising pitch for Texas Democrat Wendy Davis today, only barely disguised as news.
Wendy Davis stepping on national stage with gubernatorial bid, will need national support
Yes, seriously, that was the headline.
They’re not even bothering with subtle anymore.
So, the Anonymous weren’t.
The old saying is that on the internet no one knows you're a dog.
Except the NSA.
They know you're a dog.
Sometimes a MAC address is more than previously thought.
Word to the wise.
>> They know you’re a dog.
My GSD can’t hit less than 16 keys at a time. So that rules out my dog.
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