#OpPedoChat: Anonymous’ New Campaign Against Internet Pedophiles
#OpPedoChat: Anonymous’ New Campaign Against Internet Pedophiles

Don’t Like Anonymous? Their New Campaign Against Internet Pedophiles Might Change Your Mind.

Do you think more politicians will be discovered in child pornography rings?

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LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary admits hacking into CIA and Pentagon
LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary admits hacking into CIA and Pentagon

LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary today admitted hacking into the websites of the CIA and the UK’s Serious Organised Crime Agency.

Is cracking websites like the Westboro Baptist Church’s really a crime?

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#TangoDown: Anonymous Hacks CIA & Interpol Websites
#TangoDown: Anonymous Hacks CIA & Interpol Websites

'The global hacktivst group known as Anonymous claims to have brought down the CIA and Interpol websites on Sunday.'

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Reading (and Misreading) Anonymous

Reading (and Misreading) Anonymous

'Over the past year, the U.S. government has begun to think of Anonymous, the online network phenomenon, as a threat to national security.'

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UGNazi Hacktivists claim credit for hacking CIA website
UGNazi Hacktivists claim credit for hacking CIA website

'The website for America’s Central Intelligence Agency was offline for several hours today, with hackers claiming credit for the attack.'

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Malicious Security: New hacktivist sect emerges from Anonymous
Malicious Security: New hacktivist sect emerges from Anonymous

'MalSec has announced its intentions to fight internet censorship, but promises to keep innocent people safe this time'

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Anonymous Hackers Crack Great Firewall of China
Anonymous Hackers Crack Great Firewall of China

'Hackers purporting to be members of the nebulous online hacker community Anonymous have reportedly hit almost 400 websites in China. Targets included the Tongcheng Environmental Protection Agency, a Chinese government site from which phone and email information were stolen, and the Jiangsu Cyberpolice Online Service, for which a cross-site scripting vulnerability was posted.'

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