“While it sounds like a mobile game you’d play to kill time, hackers vs. terrorists is sadly a real war,” Chris Smith reports for BGR.
“The hacker collective that goes by the name ‘Anonymous’ recently posted a video on YouTube declaring war on ISIS in response to the attacks on Paris that left 129 dead and hundreds injured on Friday night,” Smith reports. “Anonymous wants to ‘launch the biggest operation ever’ against the terrorist group, and ISIS is apparently taking notice – though the organization apparently believes Anonymous are ‘idiots’ for even considering digital warfare.”
Smith reports, “‘What they gonna hack?’ ISIS asked, noting that so far, hackers have only managed to hit ISIS-affiliated Twitter accounts and email addresses.”
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Terrorism is horrible and must be stopped. All of us must do everything we can do to stop this craziness… These people shouldn’t exist. They should be eliminated… You don’t want to eliminate everyone’s privacy. If you do, you not only don’t solve the terrorist issue but you also take away something that is a human right. The consequences of doing that are very significant. — Apple CEO Tim Cook
Edward Snowden and spread of encryption blamed after Paris terror attacks – November 14, 2015
Apple CEO Tim Cook advocates privacy, says terrorists should be ‘eliminated’ – February 27, 2015
Anonymous hacktivists hammer ISIS terrorist network – February 9, 2015
Anonymous declares cyberwar against Islamic terrorists over Charlie Hebdo attack – January 9, 2015