posted on Aug, 13 2011 @ 07:15 AM
I don't consider this a legitimate Anon op, personally.
Anonymous consider themselves the guardians of the Internet. Facebook might have its' problems, (personally, I wish we were all on IRC instead of
using it myself) but Anon are not going to want to destroy something that has assisted people so much in the Egyptian revolution and other things. I
was on #opegypt when the protest against Mubarak went down. Facebook helped them for a while.
One of Anon's weaknesses is that their communication style is exceptionally easy to fake. So you almost certainly have governments now, attempting
to impersonate them, while actually claiming that they advocate doing illegal things which will get them arrested. The only really destructive thing
Anonymous does is DDoSing. Apart from that, almost everything they do is legal, and they are very particular about that, because they don't want to
give the authorities any excuse.
So yeah. Nothing more to see here, people. Move along.