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EXCLUSIVE: 16 Suspected 'Anonymous' Hackers Arrested in Nationwide Sweep

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Jay520 said:
thranx said:
LivingMetal said:
.....normally troll these boards?


We're still here...


Did you just admit to trolling?


BINGO!  Go figure.  Besides, Anon never fought for my rights.   And the excuses continue to pour in...



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a good hack every now and then is a good thing.... for so many reasons.... first it keeps reminding people that the cyberworld/world is not 100% safe on a large scale.... it makes company improve their services and protection..... it creates jobs in IT consulting and security consulting..... etc.... now what would be fun is a nice hack for 2 month of Fox news.... that might actually save the world....

I mean all in all we need it....



endimion said:
a good hack every now and then is a good thing.... for so many reasons.... first it keeps reminding people that the cyberworld/world is not 100% safe on a large scale.... it makes company improve their services and protection..... it creates jobs in IT consulting and security consulting..... etc.... now what would be fun is a nice hack for 2 month of Fox news.... that might actually save the world....

I mean all in all we need it....


Oh, so "good guys" should commit crimes because crimes are bad like rape and murder.  So we need a little rape and murder in our lives to keep us on our toes.  Hey, maybe your family members and friends should volunteer to be victims to make this world a better place.  Serve by example, right?



LivingMetal said:
So where are those "consumers' rights" supporters now that normally troll these boards?

Have better things to do with their time then get into a rah-rah session with individuals who like to lick the boots of corporations and support their interests.  Go Sony! Rah-rah-rah!  Take away out features!  Disable support of backwards compatibility on older PS3 systems while you are at it!  

And we all know the only individuals who should have any privacy are the powerful and elite.  Governments should keep secrets, and rich corporations do so also.  But you?  Well you are just a peon.  Sign your soul away to Google.  Use that Google toilet:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrontojPWEE

But anyhow, carry on...



richardhutnik said:
LivingMetal said:
So where are those "consumers' rights" supporters now that normally troll these boards?

Have better things to do with their time then get into a rah-rah session with individuals who like to lick the boots of corporations and support their interests.  Go Sony! Rah-rah-rah!  Take away out features!  Disable support of backwards compatibility on older PS3 systems while you are at it!  

And we all know the only individuals who should have any privacy are the powerful and elite.  Governments should keep secrets, and rich corporations do so also.  But you?  Well you are just a peon.  Sign your soul away to Google.  Use that Google toilet:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrontojPWEE

But anyhow, carry on...

Awwww...  Here's what you need:

Feel better?



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I wonder how much enjoyment they actually get from it.



LivingMetal said:
richardhutnik said:
LivingMetal said:
So where are those "consumers' rights" supporters now that normally troll these boards?

Have better things to do with their time then get into a rah-rah session with individuals who like to lick the boots of corporations and support their interests.  Go Sony! Rah-rah-rah!  Take away out features!  Disable support of backwards compatibility on older PS3 systems while you are at it!  

And we all know the only individuals who should have any privacy are the powerful and elite.  Governments should keep secrets, and rich corporations do so also.  But you?  Well you are just a peon.  Sign your soul away to Google.  Use that Google toilet:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrontojPWEE

But anyhow, carry on...

Awwww...  Here's what you need:

Feel better?

How exactly does a bear hug make up for things being wrong on the privacy front?



LivingMetal said:

 The Anonymous group is a loose collection of cybersavvy activists inspired by WikiLeaks and its flamboyant head Julian Assange to fight for "Internet freedom" -- along the way defacing websites, shutting down servers, and scrawling messages across screens web-wide.

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/07/19/exclusive-fbi-search-warrants-nationwide-hunt-anonymous/


lol, this is great research. Anonymous was aound before wikileaks.



LivingMetal said:
So where are those "consumers' rights" supporters now that normally troll these boards?


Because all Anonyous are the same? 



it will be interesting to see if Anonymous tries to do anything to strike back.