We are sitting on about one Gigabyte of data from NATO now, most of which we cannot publish as it would be irresponsible. But Oh NATO....Hi NATO. Yes we haz more of your delicious data. You wonder where from? No hints, your turn. You call it war; we laugh at your battleships.
"NATO strongly condemns any leak of classified documents, which can potentially endanger the security of.." RLY. Guess what we did NOT leak?
We Are TURKIYE. We Are AKINCILAR.This logo suits you more..How dare you rise against to the World..Do you really think that you are Ottoman Empire?We thought you before that you cannot challenge with the world and we teach you cannot be socialNow all of you go to your doghouse..
Anon+ will be a social network system based on peer to peer (p2p) connectivity using encrypted torrents as the means to hold profile data. There will be a central web site from which you can download the software, and it will also host the system's secure databases (which keeps track of who is friends with whom and other back office stuff).
quote: But can you honestly claim that Anonymous is to blame for all those things you mentioned?
quote: That's kind of like blaming a store clerk for rape because he said something mean earlier in the day to the person who actually raped somebody.
quote: I don't agree with what some members of Anonymous have done
quote: Once again, Jason Mick, defender of hackers and illegal activities cometh.
quote: Yes, yes we can. Why can't you? This is the world we live in. If you go around committing international cyber-terrorism, you damn sure have to know what the response to that is going to be.
quote: Equating rape to a law enforcement measure to protect against hackers is especially off-putting.
quote: Some" members? As if there is anything redeeming about any of these people.
quote: I've said it once and I'll say it again -- there's nothing inherently illegal about hacking
quote: Oh come now. You're really living in your basement in terror of Anonymous because they leaked some "classified" NATO document on information service efforts in the Balkans? Really?
quote: You and the original op can claim they were somehow the result of Anonymous, but that's patently false. Anonymous didn't exist when the laws passed! C'mon now.
quote: Again that just conveys your lack of understanding of the group. It's essentially like a forum. Just like you wouldn't do some things other DT readers might, some members of Anonymous would never do the things these members did.
quote: We're not speaking in the abstract here so I don't know why you continue to try and make this point. Breaking into secured networks and stealing data is most certainly illegal. Call it hacking, call it whatever you want, but stop saying it's not "inherently" illegal.
quote: LOL and again, you just can't help yourself from making excuses for them whenever you can. How does the severity of the crime matter? No I'm not living in fear, so what? That doesn't make what they are doing okay.
quote: No, we're not claiming that at all. Now who's putting words in peoples mouths? We're just saying, don't start crying when these policies get extended or they use these rampant hacks by Lulz and Anonymous to take even more freedoms away from us.
quote: That just doesn't cut it. They are accessories, plain and simple. Since you used rape, I'll use murder. If my friend blows someone away and I drive him around all day while during and after he's done it, well that makes me an accessory. I don't get a free pass just because I didn't pull the trigger.Guilt by association, ZERO tolerance. These people are dangerous, and it's time to stop treating them like just some misguided youths who are being "foolish" just having a good time.
quote: If they can do this to secured government websites, how in the hell does an average Joe stand a chance? If they decide to target individuals who have made their list, for whatever reason, who can stop them?
quote: These hacker groups are the grey goop of society that are trying to change how the world should think in their own views.
quote: Maybe, but this insinuates we aren't already in that situation. We don't really live in a free society when an enormous chunk of the worlds mainstream media is owned by a few massive transnationals that own corporations in so many conflicting fields it's almost a crime (in my own personal view, that is).