Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Jul 19, 2011.
that made me LOL IRL
trolls trollin media trolls
oh the irony....
Sabu said selected good media outlets will get access to the Sun emails, the technology guy from the Guardian who though he was a clever dick with Sabu on twitter I feel has screwed any chance of the Guardian getting in lol
they have a section dedicated to Anonymous.
doesn't that count for something????
Tweeted five minutes ago from http://twitter.com/#!/lulzsec :
Anonymous, LulzSec Respond To FBI Arrests Of Suspected Hackers
The Huffington Post Catharine Smith First Posted: 7/21/11 03:26 PM ET Updated: 7/21/11 03:26 PM ET
Hacker groups Anonymous and LulzSec have issued a joint statement in response to recent FBI arrests of suspected Anonymous members thought to have carried out a cyberattack against PayPal in 2010.
In their release, the hackers addressed a statement made to NPR by Steven Chabinsky, deputy assistant FBI director. "We want to send a message that chaos on the Internet is unacceptable," Chabinsky told NPR. "[Even if] hackers can be believed to have social causes, it's entirely unacceptable to break into websites and commit unlawful acts."
The hacker collectives responded with a list of what they define as "unacceptable" practices:
* Governments lying to their citizens and inducing fear and terror to keep them in control by dismantling their freedom piece by piece.
* Corporations aiding and conspiring with said governments while taking advantage at the same time by collecting billions of funds for federal contracts we all know they can't fulfil.
* Lobby conglomerates who only follow their agenda to push the profits higher, while at the same time being deeply involved in governments around the world with the only goal to infiltrate and corrupt them enough so the status quo will never change.
With regards to the arrests of alleged members of Anonymous by the FBI, the hackers wrote, "Your threats to arrest us are meaningless to us as you cannot arrest an idea. [...] [T]here is nothing - absolutely nothing - you can possibly to do make us stop."
According to the AP, the FBI on Tuesday arrested 14 people across the United States and confiscated computers in connection with the PayPal attack. Another two were arrested for unrelated activities. In addition, Britain's Scotland Yard took into custody one person, and the Dutch National Police Agency arrested four.
Seemingly undeterred, Anonymous on Thursday claimed to have bypassed NATO's online security and swiped "restricted" files. According to a tweet from @AnonymousIRC, "We are sitting on about one Gigabyte of data from NATO now, most of which we cannot publish as it would be irresponsible. But Oh NATO...."
Assistant New York University professor Gabriella Coleman, who has been studying the Anonymous hackers, recently told The Huffington Post that these arrests would not stop the hacktivists' efforts. "Some people surely will get scared off," said Coleman. "Others will feel more emboldened to fight the fight [...] But I don't think at the moment it's going to slow things down."
Someone understands :O
Can someone tell me when to stop laughing my arse off please.
I will come back to you tomorrow
Set sail for fail!!!!
that should be the new Anonymous slogan!
fuck we do not forgive, we do not forget!
omg im drooling at post #133
can't fucking wait!
yup ditto, hopefully the ones they selected are the independant ones who leave out the BS spin and report the facts, will give them a chance to shine over the MSM.
Ok now that shit made me lol
Link to the conversation between Sabu and Guardian technology editor.
Why is it ending with WITP... fucking hell...
Those retards have been flooding twitter/fb and anonops /b/.
"Why would I expose my identity to prove who I am to you? a common charlatan? I don't even think The Onion could hire you.."
I was disappoint that no one said "I triple dog dare ya."
The world is preparing for a large awakening... The arrests, I don't believe are going to help the government... like Coleman said... if anything it's going to intrigue people to join. People have spoken and everyone is fed up with big banks and the hypocrisy of government.
also look at the questions this guy is asking:
what timezone are you in?
Using questions to gauge how much education he has(age)?
Clearly working with police and trying to gather evidence for them or at least it seems like it. What a scumbag.
Get with the program it all ends with The Plan.
Might be me, but I thought things were supposed to start with plans, not to end?
I think he is just really dense and doesn't know when to stop, he is now crying on twitter that Lulzsec tweeted his mobile number, despite that it's on his website for everyone and anyone ...
Nothing more than token arrests by the feds, and token acts of "resistance" by anon. Nothing will happen but everyone can tell someone that they're making progress.
This is actually quite impressive. The media is so accustomed to having anyone and everyone jump at the chance for "exposure", I'm continually heartened by the way (some) anons push against that.
its a conspiracy!
someone go make a thread about it on what is the plan.org!
And whose program would that be?
Have those guys remembered what the next step is yet, or are you waiting to be spoon-fed like the rest of them?
I'm waiting to be spoon fed. Etc.
Desperate people are desperate. It's kinda sad, really.
Adam just had an "I am Spartacus!" moment. Lulz.
He deleted this after his phone number got out (which everyone can see on his website)
LulzSec and Anonymous: These hacking collectives are reshaping the online world
Dutchies are released, incase anyone cares
"Released" as in "come back for your trial", as in "go home and don't do it again", "we got the wrong guys," or ???
roflmao so we're ants now? but I wanted to be a spider!!! *pouts*
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