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Anonymous Takes On State Department, More Banks
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Andrew Hornback
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2/21/2013 | 3:30:25 AM
re: Anonymous Takes On State Department, More Banks
Maybe the DoD/DHS should consult with Mossad to see what they did when Anonymous threatened the Knesset? That seemed to work pretty well.

I'm also guessing that the IT staff at the US Sentencing Commission have learned a valuable, if not very hard, lesson here - backups are quite important.

Interesting juxtaposition in the story here, Anonymous (who proport to be all about Freedom of Speech), and the al-Qassam folks who are attacking banking institutions over someone unaffiliated with them utilizing their Freedom of Speech. Why don't these two organizations go after one another, since they're evidently diametrically opposed to one another, and leave the rest of us out of it?

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OtherJimDonahue
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2/20/2013 | 3:08:05 PM
re: Anonymous Takes On State Department, More Banks
An interesting way to celebrate Presidents' Day.

I bought socks, as our founding fathers intended.

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Deirdre Blake
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2/19/2013 | 9:24:20 PM
re: Anonymous Takes On State Department, More Banks
Anonymous is not going away.This latest hack is relatively benign, but the egg on the face of the feds is getting pretty thick.


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