Hacker w/ #Anonymous Sentenced to 10 Years for Stratfor Hacking
Since I know some of the writers over at Stratfor, yes, this is personal:
Jeremy Hammond, 28, was handed the maximum term for the December 2011 hacking of Strategic Forecasting Inc, an attack his lawyers contend was driven by concern about the role of private firms in gathering intelligence domestically and abroad. Prosecutors say the hack of Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, resulted in the theft of 60,000 credit card numbers and records for 860,000 clients, which were then uploaded online. Hammond admitted being behind it in May. He also admitted to hacking several law enforcement agencies and organizations, including the Arizona Department of Public Safety, releasing personal details of officers as part of an attack by the Anonymous-affiliated group LulzSec.Which reminds me ...
I hope this war between them takes them both down. I really can't trust the government. By the way... your friends... Do you trust them? Really. Seriously? Are you sure that is wise? Now, if it is because you are one of them... Fine. But that means you aren't to be trusted.
Posted by: Doom at November 15, 2013 07:01 PM
Relax: If you like your constitution, you can keep your
And your existing amendments. Well, most of them —
except for the Bad Apple and Junk ones...
Posted by: Bronco Bama at November 16, 2013 10:41 AM
As to relaxing? I'll relax when I'm dead! Don't push me, I'm already almost there. Sort of a trick though, I've been mostly dead for half of my long life. ;)
Posted by: Doom at November 16, 2013 09:09 PM
Posted by: Mistress Overdone at November 17, 2013 01:57 AM
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