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[liberationtech] The People vs. Professional Hackers
dderiso at ucsd.edu
Wed Feb 16 13:14:01 PST 2011
So, are there legal methods to stop these people? Its ironic that
the Justice department, who ought to be prosecuting these criminals, is
(indirectly) contracting them to do dirty work. This is a big deal in its
own right because it speaks to corruption at a very high tier of government.
Shouldn't the spying be carried out by the FBI? Furthermore, is it legal for
the government to be (indirectly) supporting smear campaigns?
Where does this stop?
UCSD Institute for Neural Computation: Machine Perception Lab
UCSD Center for Brain and Cognition: Ramachandran Lab
On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 12:44 PM, Josh Wilcox <wilcoxjg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Anonymous speaks: the inside story of the HBGary hack
> An excellent resource for visualizing the network behind the
> "anti-Anonymous" operation is here:
> --Josh Wilcox
> http://tahoe-lafs.org/ <http://tahoe-lafs.org/trac/tahoe-lafs>
> "In the universe suddenly restored to its silence, the myriad wondering
> little voices of the earth rise up."--Camus
> "Compliance occurs in many circumstances because other types of behavior
> are inconceivable; routines are followed because they are taken for granted
> as 'the way we do these things'" --
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