It wasn't PBS or 49ers fans or George W. Bush, but Anonymous ... or so they say.
When darkness fell in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome during the Super Bowl, a nation of sports fans and their bored significant others turned to Twitter for answers.
Anonymous was waiting for them.
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