New information has emerged and it seems as if presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s tax history might soon make its way into the public realm.
The leader of the LulzSec hacking group, “The Real Sabu,” was unveiled as an FBI mole today, leading one of the very organizations he had been trying to bring down to arrest and charge five of his followers.
One word: cojones. Hacktivist group Anonymous released a video demanding the Zetas cartel release an Anonymous member that was captured during Paperstorm in Veracruz. But will the Zetas allow a bunch of computer geeks to strong-arm them?
Anonymous announced plans to take down Fox News’ website on Nov. 5th due to what they believe is the right-leaning media outlet’s negative coverage of OWS protests: “We do not forgive. We do not forget,” the group said.
The FBI conducted a massive raid against Anonymous on Tuesday, arresting 16 people scattered throughout California, New York, New Jersey and Florida in connection with various hacking attacks by the notorious loose-knit hacking collective.
Infamous hacking group LulzSec has announced its retirement, though it’s unclear exactly why. It could be related to the arrest of Ryan Cleary, or it could be out of “boredom.” Either way, LulzSec is no more. Let’s take a look at their 50-day reign.