Discussion in 'Anonymous News' started by BrainStorm, Jul 18, 2015.
CommanderXs faggotry got some peaceful demos canceled. Was the Anon First Nations?
Shades of Kent State?
The first act of violence committed in the name of anonymous will give the establishment all the reasons they need to treat us all like terrorists.
This can not be allowed.
They do not need an excuse to treat us like terrorists lol
They already do!
Like DDoSing government websites etc ?
It may be too late.
The world doesn't make any difference between WWP Anons and "Hacker" Anons.
A lot of newbies come here to learn how to hack. That's representative of how Anonymous is seen by our society.
We're considered like cyber terrorists who fight for freedom (even though a lot of us only do legal stuff).
Some people like this idea, some people think that no matter what you fight for, terrorism is still terrorism.
Even if people made the difference between legal anon stuff and illegal anon stuff, we would be considered as a hippie branch of a cyber terrorist group.
But I think that even at the start of Anonymous, people knew they will be treated like crap.
What matters is what we do to society, not how we are seen by it (even though it affects what we think and do).
Everything i read in the mainstream media calls us " the online hacker collective known as anonymous"
Violence is the last thing we need to be known for imho.
Well, we cannot control what the media says about anonymous.
Yeah we can. It's well know that some anons are hackers as of yet anonymous isn't known for violence.
Media will say what they want, if a crazy guy robs a bank with an anon mask, they can say anons are all thieves.
Or do you still believe media is about truth?
They already want to call us terrorists lol
Not all media is the same, but thanks for the stereotype
better info in the article
Perhaps your most accurate statement yet FALSEFLAG
yes and yes
Anonymous @AnonyInfo 13h13 hours ago
Want to honor @jaymack9? Fight 4 his cause @TreatyEight Opposition to #SiteC peacefully
This is his legacy #BrothersKeeper #OpCyberPrivacy
Anonymous takes credit for cyber attack on Hydro-affiliated industry group
Jonny Wakefield / Alaska Highway News
July 22, 2015 05:51 PM
On Wednesday, the hacker group Anonymous claimed responsibility for a cyber attack that publicly released login and password information for members of a B.C. professional association.
It is unclear why the B.C. Electrical Association (BCEA) was targeted, but in a statement President and CEO Barbette Ishii said "no sensitive information was accessed with the exception of contact information and login usernames and passwords."
The BCEA has 145 corporate members involved in the electricity sector. It was created by the BC Electric Company, a forerunner of BC Hydro.
Ishii said passwords in the affected database are encrypted, and that all affected passwords have been reset.
People claiming to be associated with Anonymous have called on police to charge officers involved in the July 16 shooting.
Certain users have said they will release identifying information about officers involved, though it is uncertain whether Anonymous does in fact have such information.
Strudalz @LulzBoatMafia 19h19 hours ago
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More of the same except that it seems in this article they admit to shooting the wrong guy just because he was wearing the mask.
My exeriences with the police (although in a different city) have led me to believe their corruption knows no bounds and they are playing by different rules. But I also think that corruption would happen to almost any human given the amount of power that we have allowed the police.
Not just the police, but the judge or justice of the peace who signed off on the search warrant.
With an apartment building, each unit is a separate legal property, requiring good and germane reasons to allow a search related to their investigation for each one.
The reason that they gave to get a blanket warrant for the whole building should be part of the court's record. If it's not or if it's obscured in any way, that should be a reason for concern.
I will lulz in my pants when you all get shut down.
Newfag Cancer is cancerous.
Make it stop.
Dude, so many threads? I see that you are pissed. That's clear. Other than that?
Details? Maybe a post with more than 5 sentences. I'm not trying to be a dick, I'm actually wondering wtf you are so pissed abt and why.
Apologies for derailing tt
Posted by a man ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A sexist motherfucker too.
Newfag cancer is nessary or else the "idea" dies with you. Will you be able to stop your haet and guide with your infinite wisdom and elegant ways? Please do.
Anonymous says it hacked Canada’s security secrets in retaliation for police shooting of B.C. activist
Adrian Humphreys | July 24, 2015 9:30 PM ET
Hackers with Anonymous say they breached supposedly secure Canadian government computers and accessed high-level, classified national security documents as retaliation for last week’s fatal shooting by the RCMP of a protester in British Columbia.
To support their claim, members of Anonymous provided the National Post with a document that appears to be legitimate Treasury Board of Canada notes on federal cabinet funding to fix flaws in the foreign stations of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).
The Post has not independently been able to verify the authenticity of the document, marked with a security classification of “Secret.”
Anonymous activists say they will disseminate sensitive documents if the officer who shot James McIntyre in Dawson Creek, B.C., is not arrested by Monday at 5 p.m., Pacific time. That threat has also been made on social media and a government source confirms authorities are aware of the threat
I peed my pants when it was pointed out to me who the actual troll is.
Its surprising how stupid some anons are particularly in the cold light of day.
Fucker is a forum disrupter on steroids.
Forum disrupter or not self trolling leaves a trail if you know what to look for, be advised.
Next time I'll have a lulz in my pants, be advised self troller. Trails.
/derail please, why for you wanna make more work?
Cuz u r all mature and shit.
RCMP offline as deadline looms for ‘Anonymous’ leak threat
The national RCMP website is offline and has been since the early morning, seemingly part of a larger cyber attack by the hacker group Anonymous, who have given an impossible deadline to the police to arrest a particular Mountie by the end of the day or watch as high-level documents are leaked.
Hackers with Anonymous claim to have repeatedly hacked supposedly impenetrable government servers over several months and vowed last week that they would leak the classified national security documents in retaliation for the fatal shooting of James McIntyre in Dawson Creek, B.C., earlier this month, unless the officer responsible is arrested.
RCMP - Official Site
They had better arrest him. The threats to release the high level - They be not idle.
Operation Anon Down @OpAnonDown 10 minutes ago
Ohai! Canadian Feds. You weren't expecting us, were you? 20 minutes. No arrest? Canadian Cabinet Leaks begin.
#CCLeaks #cdnpoli #AnonDown
Operation Anon Down @OpAnonDown 10 minutes ago
Table is all set. The main dish is going through final taste testing while cooling off. Dessert is hawwwt! Still cooking in fact.
Operation Anon Down @OpAnonDown 27 seconds ago
Game time!! #CCLeaks
Operation Anon Down @OpAnonDown 22 seconds ago
#CCLeaks (Canadian Cabinet Leaks) Document 1
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We begin with a moment of silence for our fallen friend, James McIntyre.
Stephen Harper, Canadian security forces, and their corporate overlords have now determined that anyone opposing their fossil fuel agenda is a terrorist.
This is the immediate and most important context of the murder of JayMack at the hands of RCMP officers in Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
- covert, warrantless surveillance
- outright police state dystopia at the G-20
- full court pressure against Idle No More
- a series of monstrous crime legislation
- and, finally, Bill C-51,
Canada has made opposing fossil fuel mania with action, words or thoughts into a summary criminal offense of the highest order.
Anonymous has been collecting bits of evidence and making plans for many months. Beginning in June, we launched an all out assault on Canada's Internet infrastructure in opposition to C-51, Canada's secret police bill.
We are also concerned that Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada will once again use widespread cheating in the upcoming federal elections.
Meanwhile, Canadian security forces and their Five Eyes partners in New Zealand, the UK, Australia, and the U.S. have been extremely pro-active in developing and purchasing offensive hacking capabilities.
Fortunately for us, Canada has been far more lax in defending its own systems. We have just released a secret document from the Canadian cabinet. We are excluding certain document security features, and, accordingly, some heading material. This is a painstaking process. We simply cannot release a document for every story we will be reporting over the coming months.
This first document, though, combined with remarks from Tony Clement after our DDoS attacks last month, show that Harper's cabinet made direct decisions domestically, as well as for foreign spy stations, to update security systems at a leisurely pace over at least a four year period.
Congratulations! You left many doors open for us!
We are now privy to many of Stephen Harper's most cherished secrets.
For instance, shortly after winning a majority in 2011, the NSA discovered that Stephen Harper had grown a bit too big for his Christian britches. He and the Canadian Security Establishment were attempting to spy on their Five Eyes partners in the U.S. Obama's top intelligence officials were furious when they caught CSE in the act. They vowed to kill off Harper's number one priority, the KXL pipeline.
By the way, Mr. Stephen Blaney, there is nothing more undemocratic than repeatedly cheating at elections then cutting the budget for the elections watchdog. All the while, your government has continued with unprecedented secrecy, antipathy to legitimate media inquiry, and outright contempt independent scientific inquiry.
We repeat our insistence upon the immediate arrest of the RCMP killers of James McIntyre. Unless and until that happens, we will be releasing stunning secrets at irregular intervals. Of course, even if such arrests take place, we will still maintain access to information highly damaging to Stephen Harper and other supporters of Bill-C51.
Enjoy the summer, everyone. Fall will be Wild.
We Are Anonymous.
All your secrets are belong to the mask.
Operation Anon Down @OpAnonDown
Ruh roh: @TonyClementCPC has us blocked. HELLO! TWITTER! IF I HIT BLOCK DOES THAT STOP THEM FROM LEAKING MY SHIT?! #CCLeaks #cdnpoli
Not to mention an unprecedented two findings of contempt of Parliament.
I hope this will be Canada's Snowden moment. All the stuff people are too polite to say.
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