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Anonymous Speaks About Australian Gov’t. Attacks

February 12th, 2010 02:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

daria42 writes “The loose-knit collective of individuals known as ‘Anonymous’ has broken its silence about the distributed denial of service attacks on the Australian government. An individual (who insisted he or she is not a spokesperson for the group) said the attacks were more effective at stopping the government’s Internet filtering project than signing a petition, and that the attacks could go on for months.” The site where some members of Anonymous are said to hang out, 4chan, got a visibility boost yesterday when its founder moot spoke at the TED conference.

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