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

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TX109 said:
it will be interesting to see if Anonymous tries to do anything to strike back.

Like how?  If your identity is blown, you are likely on your own.  Only way fighting back would matter is to work more competently.  I also suggest Anonymous grow up.  "For the lulz" is something individuals need to outgrow.  This is not fun and games here.



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TX109 said:
it will be interesting to see if Anonymous tries to do anything to strike back.


Thats not interesting, its terrible. Anonymous should just stop.



radiantshadow92 said:
TX109 said:
it will be interesting to see if Anonymous tries to do anything to strike back.


Thats not interesting, its terrible. Anonymous should just stop.

What do you want them to stop?

Here is the latest on Antisec:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Anti-Security

Should they stop messing with corrupt governments or leaking information about government practices?



richardhutnik said:
radiantshadow92 said:
TX109 said:
it will be interesting to see if Anonymous tries to do anything to strike back.


Thats not interesting, its terrible. Anonymous should just stop.

What do you want them to stop?

Here is the latest on Antisec:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Anti-Security

Should they stop messing with corrupt governments or leaking information about government practices?

I am not too informed on how they handle corrupt goverments, i read a bit and it sounds like they just leak private information. All i have to say is that there are better ways. Goverments are only as corrupt as thier people let them be, and annonymous isn't using the people, rather individuals who can hack. No matter how much they leak, no matter how much they reveal, the people of a country/state are not going to turn against anyone for anyone that is annonymous. I believe that if they are really going to do this, and they really mean to set shit right, they need to do it in a way that works. Not like this. Most of the things they have done are stupid and getting people that probably don't completley deserve to go to jail get questioned/prosecuted.  Keep in mind i havent gone into a researching spree. 



YAY!!!! Party, I kinda wish it would be like certain middle eastern countries where they could have their fingers chopped. But anyways at least something is getting done but they have to continue to hit them severely. The overstepped boundaries by posting addresses of law enforcement which they don't realize not only puts officers but also their wife AND children in danger. In case these retards don't realize it, the cartels in southern AZ will use this info to kidnap and harm officers' wives/husbands, and children.



Make games, not war (that goes for ridiculous fanboys)

I may be the next Maelstorm or not, you be the judge http://videogamesgrow.blogspot.com/  hopefully I can be more of an asset than a fanboy to VGC hehe.

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demonfox13 said:
YAY!!!! Party, I kinda wish it would be like certain middle eastern countries where they could have their fingers chopped.

Hey, don't worry about it. We could get such governments in the west to.  Might as well maim and chop off fingers of people.  Need more waterboarding also.



Very good news.

I hope they get their asses 'hacked' in jail.



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richardhutnik said:
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?


You're right, it doesn't.  That's why there is a crack down against Anon for invading other's privacy of hacking into systems not theirs and exposing information.  Good call.



LivingMetal said:
richardhutnik said:
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?


You're right, it doesn't.  That's why there is a crack down against Anon for invading other's privacy of hacking into systems not theirs and exposing information.  Good call.



Thumbs up on this. Again this ....individual wasn't bright enough to read the things they did wrong that put civilian lives in danger. I am all for them being hactivists against those that have blatantly done others wrong, but when you are involving civilians (officers and workers' families' personal info put out there) and the consumers themselves (our personal info being jeopardized), you deserve what's coming to you by far.

Make games, not war (that goes for ridiculous fanboys)

I may be the next Maelstorm or not, you be the judge http://videogamesgrow.blogspot.com/  hopefully I can be more of an asset than a fanboy to VGC hehe.

radiantshadow92 said:
TX109 said:
it will be interesting to see if Anonymous tries to do anything to strike back.


Thats not interesting, its terrible. Anonymous should just stop.

Terrible? perhaps, but that doesnt make it any less interesting. do i condone what they do? no, not by any means. certainly nobody should  be allowed to hack private info and do with it what they will. but i still cant help but be interested in what they do. i wasnt trying to sound like i was defending them or anything, just that this whole ordeal should prove interesting from the perspective of how the almighty vigilante hacker group will react to such a blow as having supposed memebers caught by the FBI.