Robert J. Portman, we plan to make an example of you,” writes an Anonymous operative. The hacktivist has also released personal data including the senator’s home address, phone number and social networking accounts in an attempt to further an infiltration from the Internet to show the opposition to the bill that colossally impacts the constitutional rights of Americans.
Anonymous, let’s make a deal: I’ll teach you a few things about how U.$. Politic$ work and you can teach me a few things about teh interwebz.
After Anonymous hacked BART and used its email list to advertise a new protest — now less about the shooting of Charles Hill by BART police and more about the censorship of a public demonstration — protestors rallied at BART stations last night.
This could easily be construed as Anonymous holding their rights to have access to telecommunication services as more important and dear than a destitute man having a right to live, such as Charles Hill was living.
Please, tell me Anonymous how this impression is wrong. Tell me that you give a damn any more about the injustice done to Charles Hill than the paralegal that gets on the train in Concord, goes to The City, works for a law firm defending a petrochemical company’s interest in polluting people here in the USA, then returns home at night to drink a beer and shout along with Sean Hannity on a cable noise channel.