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(Quartz)   Today, one day after Anonymous and affiliated groups promised massive cyberattacks against governments and the banking industry, the world lies in ruins. Civilization has collapsed. God help us all   (qz.com) divider line 5
    More: Obvious, bankers, municipal governments  
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2013-05-08 10:50:12 AM
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As a Telecom Project Manager, I love the fear created by Anonymous and groups like it.  Multiple infrastructure upgrades to  communications backhauls used by the big boys. Redundant MTSO's, TDM/MSN router upgrades/swapouts.  ALU is making a fortune from it. Keep it up!  Fight the system!
2013-05-08 08:52:25 AM
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Dear Anonymous:

I work in tech support for a CDN.  I don't know what sort of visions these "hacktavists" get about causing billions of dollars in damage, causing chaos in the streets or creating a real-life version of Fight Club or V for Vendetta.  Whatever hard-ons they're getting about this mischief, the true extent of their damage is giving me and my colleagues a few more stressful tickets to add to our caseload.  I've been involved in fending off attacks that made the news, but as far as I'm concerned, an Anonymous attack = giving one miserable Farker a headache as he works in a home office.  It's the Internet equivalent of vomiting on a restaurant floor and leaving it for some poor schmuck to clean up.  That's not going to make the history books, folks.  Besides, if you're not a nuisance, you're just job security.  In fact, since the product team came out with a new security package the guys over in Sales love you assholes.

So think about that.  Next time you attack a major website, you're really just an unpaid marketing arm for cybersecurity companies.
2013-05-08 08:51:36 AM
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you call this a civilization!!!
2013-05-08 08:43:22 AM
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DubtodaIll: FTA: Anonymous and various explicitly anti-USA

I wasn't under the impression that Anon was necessarily anti-USA just anti-asshat.  Though I could be wrong.


These days it's pretty hard to tell the difference.
2013-05-08 08:40:37 AM
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