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War on Anonymous

FBI informant accused of organizing attack on Murdoch’s British newspaper
The FBI is in hot water once against upon release of a new report that raises questions about how federal authorities handled an investigation into the hacktivist group Anonymous.

14.10.2014 14:33

Brit accused of hacking the Fed hit with new charges by the FBI
Federal authorities in the United States have unsealed their fourth set of charges in nine months against Lauri Love, a 29-year-old British man accused of hacking US government and private sector websites.

25.07.2014 18:35

FBI provided Anonymous with targets, new leaks show
Leaked documents pertaining to the case against an American computer hacker currently serving a 10-year prison sentence have exposed discrepancies concerning the government's prosecution and raise further questions about the role of a federal informant.

05.06.2014 14:18

FBI may put alleged Anonymous member behind bars for 440 years
A man accused of being a member of the amorphous hacktivist movement Anonymous now faces a total of 44 charges after federal investigators announced on Tuesday the filing of second superseding indictment against Fidel Salinas of Donna, Texas.

30.04.2014 15:17

New leak exposes how the FBI directed Anonymous’ hacks
Dozens of pages of previously unreleased documents pertaining to the prosecution of hacktivist Jeremy Hammond have been released, further linking the United States government to a gamut of cyberattacks waged against foreign nations.

24.04.2014 18:41

Prosecutors: Barrett Brown and Anonymous ‘secretly plotted the overthrow of the government’
Has the hacktivist group Anonymous been secretly plotting to overthrow the United States government? Federal prosecutors seem to think so, but attorneys for a Texas man on trial for alleged computer crimes say such isn’t the case.

26.02.2014 18:13

UK MoD allocates millions for ‘digital insurgency’, social networking research
The UK’s Ministry of Defence is channeling millions into funding postgraduate studies, such as ‘digital insurgency’, mapping hacker groups such as Anonymous, social networking, online influences on behavior, and tracking crowds by phone.

08.01.2014 11:51

Assange likely to avoid espionage charges, but might face computer fraud indictment
Anonymous government officials in the United States say with more certainty than ever that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not be charged for publishing documents on his anti-secrecy site, but the editor-in-exile isn’t exactly convinced.

26.11.2013 17:00

No sealed indictment against Assange, but it's 'subject to change'
An investigation into WikiLeaks is still active, a senior law enforcement official told the Washington Post this week, and the anti-secrecy group’s founder, Julian Assange, may soon be eligible for arrest if he enters the United States.

19.11.2013 15:35