Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Disambiguation, Nov 17, 2015.

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  11. Menthe Moderator

    Anonymous Operations: A press release
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  12. Ann O'Nymous Member

    I thought that illegal activities were frown upon on this site. I should have been mistaken.
  13. Ersatz Global Moderator

    The Twitter accounts are being taken down legally. They are reporting them to Twitter from what I understand.
    Nothing illegal there.
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  14. Menthe Moderator

    Note that nothing was said about doing anything, this is only a way to follow how things are going on opISIS
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  15. Anonymous Member

    Online hacktivists affiliated with Anonymous have assisted in preventing terrorist attacks on New York and Tunisia planned by Islamic State (Isis), according to a counter-terrorism expert.

    Michael Smith, an adviser to the US Congress and co-founder of national security firm Kronos Advisory, revealed that information regarding potential attacks provided by the group GhostSec was used by law-enforcement agencies to disrupt IS operations.
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  16. Ann O'Nymous Member

    "If your paste link contains Islamic State Twitter accounts you can tweet your paste making sure to use the hash tag #CtrlSec so the corresponding operatives can collect your link and terminate the accounts."
    "Removing content involves both official channels, reporting the content to the site hosts and requesting it be removed, and the employment of digital weapons to forcibly remove content where official channels fail."
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    We discuss illegal things here, it doesn't mean we do them.
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    Cross post. Gregg Housh explains it.
    Lucky Troll Club!?
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  21. @Anonymous Member

    Anonymous Has Little to Show For Its Year-Long Fight Against ISIS

    November 18, 2015 // 08:30 AM EST

    After the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, the hacktivist group Anonymous has “declared war” on ISIS. As is typical for the group, the declaration was delivered in a dramatic YouTube manifesto by an anonymous figure wearing a Guy Fawkes mask.

    “Know that we will find you and we will never let up,” the figure says in French, according to the video subtitles. "We are going to launch the biggest ever operation against you. Expect very many cyber attacks.”

    However, many security analysts and cyber-watchers wonder whether such attacks could accomplish anything significant at all in the struggle against ISIS, as well-meaning though it may be. Is Anonymous’ war on ISIS meaningless, or even potentially damaging to the cause it’s trying to help?

    Moar ...

  22. Dude we'll take you down if you don't drop this fucking faggotry now.
    Kopper mop
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    M_tTBIH4_bigger.jpg Gabriella Coleman ‏@BiellaColeman 17 hours ago
    Gabriella Coleman Retweeted Anonymous
    Interesting response to those that are skeptical about OpParis/OpIsis from long time supporter of the op.


    This is as close as you can come to " official" Anonymous. It's a very good assessment of OpIsis and OpParis.
    Cross post
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  24. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Promoting it would be slightly nearer from the truth, IMHO. But do as you please.
  25. Your choice of words says a lot about you and your false idea of anonymous.
    Nobody can be considered the OFFICIAL source. Not even the ones who started it or did more than other anons, it does not belong to you, it does not belong to them, it belongs to everyone and no one.

    Stop putting ppl on a pedestal, stop praising famefags, stop abusing mod powers, stop censoring others with a different view. Start using ur own thoughts, what you say has as much value as what any other anon says.
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    Point taken. IMHO except the mod powers/ censorship part.
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    #OpISIS & Us

    It’s always strange seeing Anonymous operations in the mainstream media, especially with the immediacy and furor as we’ve seen with #OpISIS & #OpParis. Speaking honestly I find it a little stupid and often cheap journalism, there’s no centralized mouthpiece for Anonymous and while bold headlines read that "Anonymous is now at war with ISIS", a large number of us have been for awhile. Where was the same coverage then? It’s just an easy report for people that understand nothing about Anonymous to make. Clicks are $ after all.

    We, @Anonpress, neither created, shared nor ascribed to the video that was made. That said, we do support #OpISIS but it isn’t our operation and is one that we feel runs the risk of showboating more than helping. The media didn’t help in that respect, and it shouldn’t be a criticism leveled at the Anons working to achieve good things. Most of whom are doing so without publication, so don’t assume that the vocal elements of our group are the only activity and the only representation of our efforts.

    We aren’t actively involved with the more intricate and aggressive sides of the operation. We work with information and data, and always have done. So in some areas we naturally align with the operation and thus will take a part in, and comment on, elements of it.

    When it comes to #OpISIS this is primarily through three areas:

    - Recruitment -

    We target areas of influence, particularly toward the young and impressionable, and attempt to shut them down at the source. This is to stop the glamorization of attacks and ISIS' actions to young people around the world. These are people who are good at coercing and influencing others to do their own bidding. One of the stark issues facing the West is people leaving their respective country to join ISIS and commit atrocities, and it is these initial lines of manipulation we aim to sever.

    - Location -

    Members and supporters of ISIS aren’t the most technologically aware. They do leave location data in photographs, they don’t cover their tracks and they sometimes tweet with location services on. I don’t think it needs detailing why uncovering geographical information on these people is beneficial, especially when passed to the relevant authorities.

    - Information -

    Alongside regular communications are documents and other information that can be useful not only in understanding how ISIS operates and plans their attacks, but also the nature of them and their exit-strategies as well. We don’t expect to be able to stop attacks like those seen in Paris, but the information we can offer is of use to people who can.

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    So that’s where we come in, and we won’t show off numbers and stats, details and the like when we do act. We’d rather give the information to those who find it useful. Especially as often information can be false, misinterpreted or lacking context (you need only look toward the recent KKK mess). We will not risk lives for a few retweets, or to combat the claims that we ‘do nothing’. We are unwavering in that respect.

    Do we think we can ‘crush ISIS’? No, and I don’t know how we could. I don’t know what the ultimate solution is to power vacuums and their fulfillment in the Middle East. I think we can make a difference, I think even the smallest Anon out there reporting twitter accounts of suspected members can help. We’re not going to post videos making grand claims, we’re not going to sit there and tell people to ‘back off’ while we handle it. That is naive, and a childish way to view problems of the world.

    We can help though, and that is what we must do.
    We love people, we love you. We love Diesel, we love Lebanon, we love Paris.
    We stand for you, and right now this means doing what we can against Daesh.
    We’ll do it with or without you, as we always have, but we appreciate the support we get.

    Stay safe people. I hope that clarifies our position on and in #OpISIS.

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    Now, onto a few criticisms.
    We are the internet hate machine, after all.


    - Publicly released lists -

    The nonchalant releasing of details that could potentially risk the lives of innocents by Anonymous and other parties. We won’t share names, profiles and the like with the public via twitter. Not only is that information best used in the hands of people that can fully act on it, but we also lack the means to completely verify it all to the degree of certainty that we would need. We have seen recent, very real, damage to that effect and that isn’t the result we look for when engaging. We shouldn't cower from sending information to the relevant authorities (and there is a distinction there between handing over and working with) in order to better our chances at affecting help and change.

    - The ‘Anonymous’ gag -

    People who sneer at Anonymous doing anything about ISIS and turn around in the same day and tweet quotes like “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing” to ‘inspire thought’. The people that paint symbols of peace on their toned chests and pull a duck face to show solidarity. Those who instantly start trying to hawk political agendas and merchandise with Jean Jullien’s symbol on it while people are still dying in the streets. Laugh all you want at us doing what we can, but check yourself first.

    - World Issues -

    Remember the scope of ISIS and the many people that are living the terror we saw a glimpse of in Paris. Whether it’s Boko Haram or bombs in Beirut it’s important to pan out and see the issue as a whole. We’re also guilty of too narrow a focus, but I also know that within Anonymous exist news channels covering every single part of the world. We, @Anonpress, have to pinpoint to be effective. We can't offer current happenings for all the terrors in the world but we try to focus on what we can achieve, and do that well. Other Anons are doing the same in other areas. Anonymous has been involved in operations around the world trying to help people, and we will continue to.

    That said, outside of Anonymous I feel my initial statement of scope and getting the whole picture is particularly poignant, and needs to be remembered by everyone from mass-media to the lone-tweeter. Facebook in particular, while adding in a good and beneficial system that helped people in Paris, also left others out to dry. That doesn't negate the good they did, but the question is an important one to ask; Why them and not Beirut? Just because terror is an every day occurrence in parts of the world, doesn’t make it any less terrifying for those living in them. I don’t expect equal weighting of reports in the world that we live in, but at least some awareness and coverage would be better than what we've seen recently. We're all human, and we all care. Just remember to show it.

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    In case you can't be bothered to read a large wall of text:

    - Anonymous (as part of @AnonPress)

    #AnonFamily #Anonymous #Daesh
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  29. @Anonymous Member

    Biella has always maintained a strict regime of being totally neutral. She has to be, for her very own safety. Biella is revered for her exceptional intuition, and for her having incredible communication skills. And most importantly, because she has a heart of gold, and is an exceptionally smart woman.
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    Good show Sirs !

    Free Buttsex for every Terrorist !

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    Attempts at doxxing removed
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  34. Anonymous Member
    Anonymous have released a “how to” guide for wannabe hackers, in the hopes of gaining more recruits in their cyberwar against Islamic State.
    The group of hackers posted three guides including details on how to identify and take down ISIS related websites and social media accounts, as part of OpParis — their online campaign against the militants.
    According to the International Business Times, their instructions included a “NoobGuide” for those who want to learn how to hack, a “Reporter” guide explaining the process of setting up bot accounts as well as a Searcher” to find ISIS websites.
    “Instead of sitting idle in the [chat] channel or lurking around and doing nothing, you can benefit greatly from the different tools and guides that have been provided to you,” a member of Anonymous reportedly wrote.
    “Your contribution means a lot and we encourage you to partake in all of the Op’s activities if you can, the more the merrier.”
  35. okeefe Member

    Daily Signal's Kelsey Harkness explained the breakdown as follows:
    According to the Iraq Energy Institute, an independent, nonprofit policy organization focused on Iraq’s energy sector, the army of radical Islamists controls production of 30,000 barrels of oil a day in Iraq and 50,000 barrels in Syria. By selling the oil on the black market at a discounted price of $40 per barrel (compared to about $93 per barrel in the free market), ISIS takes in $3.2 million a day.

    The oil revenue, which amounts to nearly $100 million each month, allows ISIS to fund its military and terrorist attacks — and to attract more recruits from around the world, including America.
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  36. American Journalist Murdered By Western Ally For Exposing ISIS Ties


  37. The prices quoted are pure bullshit , if you don't believe that then take the time to check the REAL price of oil currently. Which of course closed at 40 dollars and change yesterday for WTI and 44 and change for Brent crude , discounted oil is down around the 27-30 dollar a barrel mark. Oil hasn't been 93 dollars a barrel in quite some time , as in YEARS.

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