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Hacker and activist Jeremy Hammond pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in a New York courtroom to violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as a member of the Internet collective known as Anonymous.
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Really ? Who wrote the " Official History " of WWII ?
ANSWER: The victor ALWAYS gets to write the "official history" of any conflict . Vary your data input and temper it w/ expansive objectivism and you'll eventually realize that the Allies ran neck-in-neck atrocity wise with the Axis forces ! ... Suggest a few initial reads pert to Dresden '45 , the U.S. "Great Turkey Shoot" , and the murder / rape of 200 k + as the Reds advanced east .
N ews flash... that's what all war is.
when will the purchase power of humans be used to control which company will stay in business? Governments contracts hard to stop? What government could be different?
He's a political prisoner not a felon.
legal 2 hack millions of emails/yr & bid them off, but illegal to hack emails that prove it happens?
The problem was explicitly stated. The law is so vague it's only a political weapon used arbitrarily
Don't know why everybody is whining. He broke the law, he got punished, what's the problem?
Meanwhile, Irving will be read for generations.
Irving writes from primary sources and archives which often contradict the official history of WW2
Then why did he hack and disrupt the site of historian and author David Irving?
Hammond wrote, “I believe in the power of the truth”
Stratfor is one of the barbarian entities that is depleting the American Empire.
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