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By avatar Doemela | December 20, 2011 - 4:11 pm | Posted in AnonyNews

The Dutch public prosecutor’s Office has demanded community service for the two Dutch WikiLeaks-sympathizers , because they have attacked Web sites in December last year. The one is a boy of 17 from The Hague. He attacked the websites of credit card company MasterCard and Paypal payment website, because they not wanted to do more business with WikiLeaks. He got community service to work for 26 hours.  Read more » 

By avatar Doemela | October 24, 2011 - 3:12 pm | Posted in CyberGuerrilla

=[]= Donate to WikiLeaks =[]= Julian Assange – gives example of how DIGITANOTA allegedly infiltrated by IRAN and manipulated HTTPS ceritificates to spy thru Facebook Julian Assange – Right now it is not possible to trust any web based security system because the cryptographic keys are compromised by intelligence. Julian Assange – Visa, Paypal, BoA, Read more » 

By avatar Doemela | October 18, 2011 - 4:03 pm | Posted in AnonyNews

About Freeanons: The Anonymous Solidarity Network provides support for those who are facing prosecution for alleged involvement in “Anonymous” activities. We believe that community acts of internet protest are not crimes nor conspiracies and should not be prosecuted as such. We plan on keeping folks updated with legal developments as well as provide information and Read more » 

By avatar Doemela | July 29, 2011 - 5:19 pm | Posted in CyberGuerrilla

Source: The recent news of alleged LulzSec spokesperson Topiary’s arrest took the media spotlight away from WikiLeaks supporters’ demonstration ( against PayPal. But it also raises questions about how online laws are applied, and the credibility of those who enforce them. While doubts remain over whether the police have arrested the right person, Topiary’s Read more » 

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