Monday, March 7, 2011
"A Quantico spokesman, Lieutenant Agustin Solivan, said officials had referred the matter to law enforcement and counter-intelligence agencies. “We are aware of the threat and any threats to defence department information systems and networks are taken seriously,” he said. “The intent or stating that you are going to commit a crime is a crime in itself,” he added.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
This is the same group that stages its activities from childporn promoting, racist and bigoted website "Encyclopedia Dramatica". To say in the lease, the WBC did not take Anonymous' threat very seriously...Read on:
"A puddle of pimple-faced nerds organized under the cowardly banner of "Anonymous" claim they plan to hack Westboro's Websites… Bad miscalculation, girls!"
(CLICK TO READ WBC'S HILARIOUS OPEN LETTER:)
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
(AFP) – 3 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO — A computer security firm working to expose members of hacker group "Anonymous" pulled out of a premier industry conference here due to threats of real-world attacks on its employees."
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
"The FBI is breaking down people's doors with guns drawn," Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, a member of the board of the National Lawyers Guild, which is aiding Anonymous members with their legal defense, told Bloomberg. "
Source: Evidence Against 'Anonymous' Heads to Grand Jury | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Monday, February 7, 2011
Thursday, February 3, 2011
|Time to take the 'cyber' out of cyberbullying|
Yet when someone uses a cell phone or the Web to harass, demean, defame, or annoy another person, we give it the special name "cyberbullying. ...
|These Types of Children Have an Increased Risk of Suicidal Thoughts|
And then there's the new bully on the block: the cyberbully. ... "Cyberbullying is when a child or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, ...
|Cyber-Bullying on the Rise in Minnesota | MN Criminal Defense Blog|
Cyber-bullying is the repeated harassment of a person through an electronic medium, such as e-mail, text messaging, or social networking sites (Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, etc.). It is most common among children and teenagers who have ...
Appelman Law Blog - http://blog.aacriminallaw.com/
|The Testicular Connection to Cyber Bullying ...|
Several comments went right to the term I avoided using – cyber bullying. Yet that is what I was writing about in part because it is the latest way to bully anyone. Pick up your cell phone and blast out a text. ...
ISurvivedDamnNearEverything - http://
|Food For Thought--Psychology, Culinary @ Education: Bullying|
By Bill Rutherford
Being a victim of cyberbullying can be a common and painful experience. Some youth who cyberbully pretend they are other people online, spread lies and rumors about victims, trick people into revealing personal information, ...
Food For Thought--Psychology,... - http://foodforthoughtcda.
|ACLU Defends Student Calling Teacher Douchebag on Facebook ...|
Alerted of this online barb, the school suspended him for cyberbullying -- only to back down when the American Civil Liberties Union wrote a letter to ...
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
"The F.B.I. said last week that it had executed 40 search warrants “throughout the United States” in connection with that campaign. The strikes by Anonymous, known as “distributed denial of service” attacks, could lead to criminal charges that carry 10-year prison sentences, the F.B.I. said. Arrests have been made and equipment seized in Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany and France, according to British and American officials. They declined to provide further details. " --- nytimes.com
Dozens of arrests are being reported worldwide, and I've been personally contacted by the FBI in regards to all of the reports that I filed, specifically about "Operation Titstorm," "Operation Payback," and all of my compiled data about the users and owners of Encyclopedia Dramatica.
Suffice it to say, the skulls are piling up, and the media is no longer taking Anonymous seriously in their claim to be "good guys." Really, if they were so "good," then why the masks? Would you prefer that your local police officers covered their faces in grinning, dopey masks?
I may drift off topic for a few months as Anonymous flops around in its collective death throes. It's never good to prod a cornered animal. So, as they die off, I'm going to focus my efforts on Cyberbully Victims Advocacy, and in facilitating many long over due civil suits.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
From the New York Times, Arkansas Business and Washington County Sherrif's Office:
Two Are Charged in iPad Security Breach
By NICK BILTON and JENNA WORTHAM
Published: January 18, 2011NEWARK — Federal prosecutors arrested two men on Tuesday on charges of fraud and conspiracy for obtaining and distributing the e-mail addresses of 114,000 iPad 3G owners.
Daniel Spitler, 26, and Andrew Auernheimer, 25, who are part of a group known as Goatse Security, gained national attention last June when they discovered a security loophole on AT&T’s Web site that allowed them to access the addresses and corresponding iPad identification numbers.
Those affected by the breach included military personnel, members of the Senate and the House of Representatives, and employees of NASA and the Department of Homeland Security.
Mr. Auernheimer, of Fayetteville, Ark., was taken into custody by the F.B.I. in Arkansas on Tuesday and was charged in federal court there. Mr. Spitler, a San Francisco resident, surrendered to the authorities and was taken into custody in Newark.
Sunday, January 9, 2011
"...around 5:15 a.m., officers were called to Immanuel Medical Center where 20-year-old Kevin Jordan was brought to the emergency room by private vehicle suffering from gunshot wounds..."
Kevin J. Jordan of Omaha, Nebraska has published an apology entitled "A Cyberbully's Lament." Here are some excerpts:
"...My career as a cyberbully officially ended today. I was a decorated member of "Encyclopedia Dramatica"'s Hitler ED Youth and an Aryan ED. ....I fully accepted the doctrines that racism and rape are jokes, and that running smear campaigns against innocent people was good sport. That we cyberbullies literally owned the Internet."
"I'm sorry to my family and all the customers of Wet Paint Artist Supply (http://www.wetpaintart.blogspot.com/), and I'm sorry to all the people that I attacked via Encyclopedia Dramatica....Kevin "Jailbait" Jordan, Former Cyberbully..."
Saturday, January 8, 2011
"I loved him dearly, and considered him my soulmate at the time. We sent each other photos. Anyone would in that situation. Stupidly, I uploaded some photos to my private photobucket account and forgot about them until looong after our break-up, when those photos somehow resurfaced on a porn..."
She goes on to explain how Weev would not withdraw an offensive Encyclopedia Dramatica page about her unless she filmed her younger sister masturbating and gave it to him. So Weev was literally trying to extort child porn from an ex-girlfriend. HOW SICK IS THAT?
This is Weev attempting to lure a women into a hotel room:
"Weev: i'm an attractive guy
Weev: you want something
Weev: i have it
Weev: you have no choice
Weev: i want it and you must give it to me
or your life is ruined...."
Thursday, January 6, 2011
According to SecurityNewsDaily.com, Anonymous' cyber attacks against serveral credit card companies, Paypal, and Amazon will likely have severe repercussions, because as it turns out, their computers are anything buy anonymous:
"Now the FBI's got that log data...it's already making arrests. Operation Payback launched in support of Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange, knocked the MasterCard website offline on Dec. 8 but failed to take down Amazon or PayPal."
I've already forwarded all of my data on Anonymous members who I believe to have taken a part in Operation Payback to the proper authorities. I'll be documenting the arrests here as they occur.