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Originally posted by AreaJerm
reply to post by Fractured.Facade
Like I said, you already assume that is CIA-controlled, therefore I cannot have a discussion with you because you already think I'm wrong,
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Originally posted by neo96
so someone tell me how and why the cia aka anonymous hacked sony?
They did so by hacking
Originally posted by mayabong
reply to post by MIDNIGHTSUN
The main Bitcoin guy is going to be giving a presentation to the CIA very soon Here is where he writes about it.
I like the Bitcoin idea though.
edit on 6-6-2011 by mayabong because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by w3nd1g0
There is only a couple of people on the thread who seem to know what they're talking about.
lulzsec, lulzboat etc.. are not affiliated with annonymous what so ever.
The actual members of annonymous have nothing to do with the CIA (lmfao) no more than wikileaks is connected with MOSAD. Just rediculous.
LulzSec Claims Another Sony Hack By David Kravets Email Author June 6, 2011 | 6:09 pm | Categories: Breaches, Hacks and Cracks LulzSec, which hacked into Sony last week and posted stolen e-mail addresses and passwords of about 50,000 consumers, said it hacked the Japanese media giant again on Monday. This time, the group announced it had swiped 54 megabytes of “Sony Developer source code.” A member of the anonymous group, meanwhile, was allegedly taken into custody by the FBI, according to a report that could not be independently verified. LulzSec is the same group that claimed it cracked PBS last month to protest Frontline’s hour-long documentary on WikiLeaks. In that hack, the group stole and posted thousands of stolen passwords. The group has also claimed responsibility for hacking Sony’s Japanese website and Fox.com, where the group stole and posted 363 employee passwords and the names, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of 73,000 people who had signed up for audition information for the upcoming Fox talent show The X-Factor. The latest Sony hack is a seemingly endless series of intrusions at the company. They began with massive breaches in April that compromised account information on 77 million users of Sony’s PlayStation Network, and another 25 million at Sony Online Entertainment, the company’s game development arm. Nobody has claimed credit for those large attacks, but the hacking group Anonymous had recently declared Sony a target in protest of the company’s lawsuit against PlayStation 3 tinkerer George Hotz. Sony claimed an Anonymous calling card was found on one of the servers compromised at SOE.
Originally posted by AreaJerm
reply to post by Agent_USA_Supporter
Like I said, Anonymous isn't controlled by any one thing. Anonymous is NOT the CIA or the FBI or the Iluminati, nor is it a group of freedom fighters or hackers or even trolls. It's just a loose term that came about on Japanese image boards that became popular for porn and gore. Unless the CIA created 4chan, then no, I don't think Anonymous is controlled by the CIA.
And they've targeted Fox News because it is a biased news station with lulz-worthy figures such as Bill O Reilly and Glenn Beck, whereas CNN only has Anderson Cooper.