posted on Dec, 30 2014 @ 11:45 AM
I will be interested and look forward to reading upcoming views from “inside” the Hive.
If I may be so bold I wish to take this opportunity, via your introduction, to express my opinion regarding “Anonymous” as it relates to their
As best I can understand some “Hacktivists” attempt to shed light on certain corporations who have not taken seriously to protect their customers
passwords, charge card information etc.. These corporations either do not care their customers information is not protected; or do not wish to spend
the money to install the best security available; or do not know their security systems are not adequate. These “Hacktivists” do indeed bring a
positive aspect with the goal of embarrassing these corporations into hopefully improve the corporation’s security systems.
However, I fail to see what positive goal some of these “Hacktivists” hope to achieve when they retrieve customer information from these
corporations and openly post said information for the criminal element to take criminal activity against customers.
Yes there are advantages to having a decentralized Hive. There are disadvantages as well. One of the disadvantages is to properly police certain
“Hacktivists” who cause destruction to customers. I think it would behoove this loosely “Anonymous” Hive to morph into a unit where certain
guidelines are adhered too along with disciplinary actions take place.
If I have not understood clearly “Anonymous’s” goals; I ask for clarification.
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