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FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

Discussion in 'Wikileaks' started by Anonymous, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Noose Closes Around Pro-Wikileaks Vigilantes

    The war has begun gentlefags.
  2. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    wow
    so it has
  3. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Are they 4 real?
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Wonder how long before they start showing up in mailboxes. Sounds like scilon tactics.
  5. Smurf Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Damn.. makes me happy to know that the only thing I know about hacking is that it happens when I have a nasty cold & cough.
  6. Rockyj Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    FBI please note that we're ALL members of the original anonymous organization known as Alcoholic Anonymous and I'll drink to that!

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  7. Req Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    This just keeps getting more and more interesting.
  8. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    And what about sites with non-.com & .net domains, registered and hosted outside the United States?
  9. DeathHamster Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    If only there was some method of decentralized message passing that wasn't directly under anyone's control or censorship. It could have news in groups and really Use the Net the way it was intended in the beginning.
  10. mongrel Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Maybe something like that will be invented some day :(
  11. agf Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    A P2P message board system? Problem would be no mods to tidy things, would wind up as useless as ARS
  12. DeathHamster Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Each user is their own mod. Killfiles on steroids, use them.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    meh the FBI is just a little worse than OSA
  14. agf Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    not a bad idea... but how would you share a link with a friend on a hot topic? could you have a url type thing that works similar to a magnet link, where it opens up in the program and locates the asset?
  15. agf Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    this is true because the FBI hasn't taken care of the OSA, knowing what it knows.
  16. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    imo, they have as many plants in OSA as they have in Anon
    why "take care" of the fruit before it ripens?
  17. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Bumpitybump
  18. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Yet again, America thinks it owns the internet.
  19. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    I'm sure these anarchist scoundrels will now simply congregate on eBaums World; the hotbed of hacker steroids.
  20. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    So this is what the FBI apparently censored. [Google Cache, will eventually be flushed]

    Note that it's the Operation Payback against ACS:law and those mafia bit torrent DDoSers!

    By shutting down this one page, the FBI have completely paralyzed Operation Payback. It's not like people could just reform, and use a different channel for communication. The FBI can now sleep easy - it's mission accomplished.
  21. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    [IMG]

    lulz
  22. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    WikiLeaks dispute sparks cyber wars - latimes.com

    Funny, I don't hear much outrage or see any action taken against the anti-Wikileaks hackers.
  23. darkcyn Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    agreed :D
  24. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Just as I expected, this is rapidly becoming an all-or-nothing situation. Even our supposedly free Western democracies have been moving towards a censored, controlled internet designed for nothing but infotainment, surveillance ::cough:: Facebook ::cough::, and commercialization. This is only going to force everyone's hand. Imma find and bump a way old thread to give you guys an idea of what's at stake.
  25. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Yep, and it's not like they've just proved that they're bullies, faggots and have just pissed us off more.
  26. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    ...in the name of National Security, of course.
  27. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    One minor difference, the scilons only threatened civil action, a law suite. The FBI threaten a possible criminal action. Two totally different worlds. Also, unlike the scilons, I doubt the FBI is bluffing. They wouldn't have sent the letters if they didn't feel they could back it up in court.
    IANAL but, from what I have read of the Patriot Act they may well be able to take action with no one but you and your attorney allowed to be involved. To make any public statement to any one any where would be an additional crime.
  28. AnonyVix Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    So the other operation against Wikileaks censorship has the FBI closing down sites discussing an older operation against RIAA anti piracy brigade - isn't that a bit like invading Iraq because Al-Qaeda flew a couple of planes into the world trade towers? (as in attacking a totally unrelated entity) Guess this must be an American thing.

    Next they will declare a national state of emergency and y'all will be rounded up and locked in one of those mass prison camps that are not dotted around the USA....
  29. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    That doesn't seem to stop your retard LEAs exercising flagrant dumbfuckery, kicking your door down at 5am and lifting all your computer gear for it to sit in an evidence storeroom for so long that the technology is out of date before you get it back. The upside of course being that, after they've had all their shits'n'giggles at your expense, you can probably retire on what you can sue them for, if you can afford a good lawyer.

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  30. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

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  31. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Yeah, they've admitted it's that guy who does Monday Morning Randomness
  32. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    Nice delusion from the start.
  33. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    inb4FEMAcoffins

    If I join the Cult, maybe Moxin can represent me.
  34. Anonymous Member

    Re: FBI sending cease and desist letters to sites discussing Operation Payback

    While it isn't clear exactly who is behind the attacks, some security specialists say they are being organized by a group of online activists calling themselves "Anonymous" as part of the so-called "Operation Payback" effort.

    Sean-Paul Correll, a Los Angeles-based researcher at software firm Panda Security, says the effort is a loose-knit group that uses servers hosted in Russia, but that there is no reason to believe that is where the individuals are based. He added that the group appeared to be able to corral thousands of computers, which are then used to bombard servers of a target Web site with data.

    Mr. Correll described the attacks as more organized than sophisticated. "People are finding out they don't need to stand in a picket line anymore. They are using technology to fight back."

    Hackers Strike Back to Support WikiLeaks - WSJ.com

    Sean-Paul Correll (lithium) on Twitter

    Panda's founder & major Scilon contributor Mikel Urizarbarrena owns 25% of the company.

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