posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 09:27 PM
I'm not exactly a fan of that particular group, but I can't deny that what they are doing is helping. Getting these corporate giant's dark secrets
for the world to see, is a step in the right direction. Sure, most people here on ATS know all about Monsanto, but I'm sure like others, when you try
to explain about them to the people who just live in a robot like fashion, they just smirk and if they fully understand everything I tell them, they
say, "I already have enough things to worry about, I don't need any more."
The reason I am not a die hard fan of that group, is mainly because of the cons of releasing that kind of information. Like the past couple releases,
one contained thousands of people's e-mail accounts, along with their passwords. So when they make releases like that, the a-hole's on the internet
steal their accounts, check them in all social networks, and just take complete control.
This could be seen as a minor headache, but some people rely on e-mail and other such communications for their work. No reason for them to be harassed
by the hordes of internet trolls, simply because they work for one of the corporate giants that got hacked.
So, I'm pretty much 50/50 with the Anon group, and they really need a new slogan.