Anarchy, mischief, disorder, juvenile pranks, cyberbullying… better leave it to 4chan – Luzlsec and The Onion. Wikileaks‘ philosophy is “No secrets”, because that’s how the powerful people in the world get away with everything. The disgusting part is when Julian Assange decided not to care about the identity of people at risk. Now that’s acting evil!
Fighting evil governments and evil corporations… I think it is better to start fighting evil people. I have no authority and no power to impose anything on you (and it would be real scary for me if I’d try), but I can make two modest proposals because there is really room for improvement. I’m wondering…
– What about screwing up the traffic cam systems? If there’s a source of daily unfairness in the world today this is it. Local goverments dropped finally the mask and decided to pray on car drivers setting them up with hidden cameras. To avoid the fines, most of the times the supposed conditions are impossible to achieve. And the fines go to pay bloated bureaucracy in the best case, which bring me to the next suggestion.
– What about striping corrupt politicians and bureaucrats naked? What if they woke up some day to discover that their cherished secret accounts in fiscal paradises went up in smoke? I’m sure it will be cheered by people a lot more than bringing the entire banking system down.
- Anonymous hacktivists take down MasterCard.com again in support of WikiLeaks (geek.com)
- LulzSec spokesperson “Topiary” arrested in U.K. (cbsnews.com)
- More alleged LulzSec and Anonymous members arrested (techradar.com)
- Lulzsec quits (thetechscoop.net)
- Anonymous and LulzSec case: four accused males appear in court (guardian.co.uk)
- A HACKER CIVIL WAR? Hit the deck: LulzSec and Anonymous start trading blows. “Hacker group LulzSec… (pajamasmedia.com)
- A Cyberbullying Assessment Among High School Students (education.com)
- Aggression and Cyberbullying: An International Comparison (education.com)
- The irony of the Anonymous mask (guardian.co.uk)
- Anonymous, et. al: time to think over (paulmarsic.wordpress.com)
- Anonymous y demás: hora de reflexionar (procerprogresista.blogspot.com)