Folks, this is a big deal. "The internet" has had enough of the "government", and they are fighting back. Sure, Julian Assange is a colossal douchecanoe, but I can't fault what he's doing with WikiLeaks. It's time to call .gov on it's BS. Truly, we live in interesting times.
Wednesday, December 08, 2010
In response to several companies buckling to pressure from the government to help censor WikiLeaks, Mastercard, paypal, and a host of others have come under attack by hackers (labelled "Anonymous" (as in a proper-noun) by the media, which is hilarious. They truly do NOT understand technology). It's a long story, but a picture is worth a thousand words: