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Comment: Anyone could be "Anonymous" (Score 1) 212

by coffee-breaks (#43364143) Attached to: North Korea's Twitter and Flickr Accounts Hacked By Anonymous
because in Reality, "Anonymous" doesn't really exist. It was started by the b/tards on 4chan. Therefore, the term itself is meaningless. "Anonymous" has become the latest useful catch phrase used by the Corporate Owned Media spreading FUD. I wouldn't be terribly surprised if this so called "Anonymous" isn't some gov USA organization. Nobody is that dumb(except maybe the usual American moron) to actually believe NK is any kind of a real threat; the Real goal here is to try to involve China into some kinda regional war.

Comment: Re:Seriously? (Score 0) 220

Chinese government? Wow, what crock of BS. A careful research by various anti virus agencies clearly proved BOTH US and Israel link. http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/246545/Stuxnet-Malware-Analysis-Paper. Besides what you say clearly doesn't make ANY sense. Why would China have ANY reason to attack Iran, their trading partner? Bravo /.! You have proven yet again you have become a mouthpiece to USA gov!

Comment: Re:How do we know? (Score 0) 482

by coffee-breaks (#43239993) Attached to: Do Nations Have the Right To Kill Enemy Hackers?
You don't. We don't even know if what they(corporate owned media) tell us is correct. After all these are the same people who told us 1.they were absolutely 100% sure Iraq had "weapons of mass distraction" 2. Iran is building "nuk'ear bombs" (when all the intelligence evidence points to the contrary) and 3. they were so sure yesterday Syria had used "chemical weapons". So even the claim of Chinese IP address has to be viewed with deep suspicion. As if the Chinese are so green they have never heard of a proxy server.

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