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Online anonymity is a thing of the past

‘People feel entitled to know who you are.’

On by Sarah Hennis

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Republicans demand answers from DOJ on hack of Christian donation site GiveSendGo

Republicans cite hacks attributed to Anonymous and the Operation Jane campaign.

On by Mikael Thalen

Protesters holding signs 'Is Hijab a choice Mesha Amini died after being arrested and beaten savagely by the morality police in Iran, responsible for enforcing the obligation for Iranian women to wear the veil in Tehra'

‘Anonymous’-affiliated hackers claim to take down Iranian websites in support of protests

The death of a 22-year-old has led to widespread protests in Iran.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Don’t buy the viral claim that Anonymous deleted tracking data from period-tracking apps

Despite widespread and uncritical coverage of the claim, no evidence has been presented.

On by Mikael Thalen

man in scrubs with captions 'Does 'anonymous' survey' (l) 'Was super critical but professional' (c) 'I get written up' (r)

‘Anything that comes from ‘work’ is NEVER anonymous’: Nurse says he got in trouble for response to ‘anonymous’ work survey

‘It should be illegal to claim the survey is anonymous when it’s not.’

On by Rebekah Harding

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Hackers steal 900K emails from Russia’s largest state-owned media corporation

‘The longer Russian aggression lasts the longer we will continue to attack…’

On by Mikael Thalen

Moscow, Russia - February 02, 2021: Logotype of the oil company ' Transneft ' in Moscow City near headquarter.

Hacked documents reveal great lengths Russian companies are going to fight growing hacktivism wave

The 79 GB data trove shows the company’s response to U.S. sanctions and hack attacks.

On by Mikael Thalen

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‘The Kremlin is lying’: Hackers build tool to let anyone text Russian citizens about the war in Ukraine

‘Dear Russians, your media is being censored. The Kremlin is lying.’

On by Mikael Thalen

Donald Trump looking into camera.

Here’s how a hacker was able to blow up Trump’s new free speech site

Truth Social was flooded with impersonation accounts despite not being officially launched.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Conspiracy theories explode online after massive Facebook outage

Don’t trust random tweets.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Anonymous releases data on Texas GOP in latest Epik hack dump

The new leak is alleged to contain ‘private documents’ from the Republican Party of Texas.

On by Mikael Thalen

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New leak of Epik data exposes company’s entire server

Anonymous is calling the second leak ‘the /b/ sides.’

On by Mikael Thalen

Far-right militia Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes

Data from Oath Keepers leaked online after alleged hack

The breach includes emails, chat logs, and details on members and donors.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Epik hack reveals prominent, Trump-supporting websites under subpoena investigation

An internal ticketing system at Epik reveals subpoenas targeting far-right sites.

On by Mikael Thalen

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After the Capitol riot, ‘Stop the Steal’ organizer Ali Alexander was scrambling to hide his digital footprint

The ‘Stop the Steal’ founder’s data was swept up in the breach of web hosting company Epik.

On by Mikael Thalen

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