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Arrests during Anonymous' #MillionMaskMarch march in London

There were clashes and arrests in central London as anti-capitalist activists took part in the Million Mask March. Over one thousand people

There were clashes and arrests in central London as anti-capitalist activists took part in the Million Mask March. Over one thousand people

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#OpIsrael strikes again: Anonymous hacks Israeli websites

Hacktivist group Anonymous has attacked hundreds of Israeli websites in an operation dubbed #OpIsrael. Put into action on Monday April 7, the

Hacktivist group Anonymous has attacked hundreds of Israeli websites in an operation dubbed #OpIsrael. Put into action on Monday April 7, the

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'Million Mask March' in Washington DC

The activist collective Anonymous called on Tuesday for ‘Million Mask March’ rallies across the world and many of their adherents wore Guy Fawkes

The activist collective Anonymous called on Tuesday for ‘Million Mask March’ rallies across the world and many of their adherents wore Guy Fawkes

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Masked marchers hold rallies in cities worldwide on Guy Fawkes Day

Activists from the umbrella group Anonymous donned their Guy Fawkes masks on November 5 as they held a rally outside the White House. The 1605

Activists from the umbrella group Anonymous donned their Guy Fawkes masks on November 5 as they held a rally outside the White House. The 1605

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Anonymous hacked the Court of Athens

“One day if you see black broadcasting on your TV, will be the day that democracy has died for ever”. With this message “Anonymous” hacked on

“One day if you see black broadcasting on your TV, will be the day that democracy has died for ever”. With this message “Anonymous” hacked on

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Israeli websites come under attack

A cyber attack has been launched against Israeli government websites by the group Anonymous who warned of a hacking assault called “OpIsrael” in

A cyber attack has been launched against Israeli government websites by the group Anonymous who warned of a hacking assault called “OpIsrael” in

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Fed downplays hack attack

The Federal Reserve has admitted that one of its internal websites was hacked, raising questions about cyber security at the US central bank. It

The Federal Reserve has admitted that one of its internal websites was hacked, raising questions about cyber security at the US central bank. It

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"Anonymous" claims to out stalker who drove teenager to suicide

Canadian teenager Amanda Todd took her own life last week after suffering a campaign of online bullying. She posted a video on YouTube in September

Canadian teenager Amanda Todd took her own life last week after suffering a campaign of online bullying. She posted a video on YouTube in September

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Canada Grand Prix 'Open Doors' cancelled over student protest fears

Canadian Grand Prix organisers have cancelled the Open Doors event ahead of the race in Montreal because it may be disrupted by student protests

Canadian Grand Prix organisers have cancelled the Open Doors event ahead of the race in Montreal because it may be disrupted by student protests

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Middleton sisters make the Time 100 list

Time Magazine has named its most 100 influential people of the year.   US president Barack Obama unsurprisingly makes the list.   Also included are

Time Magazine has named its most 100 influential people of the year.   US president Barack Obama unsurprisingly makes the list.   Also included are

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Leaked emails fuel Bin Laden conspiracy theories

Was Bin Laden really buried at sea? According to emails leaked from an intelligence analysis firm, the late al Qaeda leader’s body was actually

Was Bin Laden really buried at sea? According to emails leaked from an intelligence analysis firm, the late al Qaeda leader’s body was actually

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Alleged LulzSec hackers held in international swoop

Leading members of the computer hacking group LulzSec have reportedly been arrested in the US. Irish police say they are also holding a man in

Leading members of the computer hacking group LulzSec have reportedly been arrested in the US. Irish police say they are also holding a man in

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'Anonymous' hacker arrests

Spanish police have arrested four people suspected of being members of the ‘Anonymous’ computer hacking ring. They are accused of releasing

Spanish police have arrested four people suspected of being members of the ‘Anonymous’ computer hacking ring. They are accused of releasing

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Internet users plan protests against anti-piracy accord

Opposition is building to controversial measures to combat internet piracy ahead of planned demonstrations across Europe at the

Opposition is building to controversial measures to combat internet piracy ahead of planned demonstrations across Europe at the

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Poland suspends ratification of treaty

In Poland, Prime Minister Donald Tusk has announced that he will freeze the ratification of a multilateral agreement known as ACTA. The premier

In Poland, Prime Minister Donald Tusk has announced that he will freeze the ratification of a multilateral agreement known as ACTA. The premier

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Poland braced for more Internet freedom protests

Internet freedom activists in Poland are set to hold more demonstrations later today. They are angry about their government signing an

Internet freedom activists in Poland are set to hold more demonstrations later today. They are angry about their government signing an

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Megaupload shockwaves resound

The founder of file-sharing website Megaupload remains in custody in New Zealand, although the German-born former hacker known as Kim Dotcom denies

The founder of file-sharing website Megaupload remains in custody in New Zealand, although the German-born former hacker known as Kim Dotcom denies

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Hackers hit Polish state websites in anti-ACTA protest

Hackers known as the ‘Polish Underground’ have launched a series of attacks on government websites in protest against Poland’s decision to sign up to

Hackers known as the ‘Polish Underground’ have launched a series of attacks on government websites in protest against Poland’s decision to sign up to

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Dotcom behind bars in Internet piracy case

The man known as Kim Dotcom, the founder of the file-sharing website Megaupload, remains in custody in New Zealand. The 38-year-old was arrested

The man known as Kim Dotcom, the founder of the file-sharing website Megaupload, remains in custody in New Zealand. The 38-year-old was arrested

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Megaupload hackers lash back

One side calls it stealing – users call it sharing. Content-sharing website Megaupload.com is not fighting its battles alone. Within minutes of its

One side calls it stealing – users call it sharing. Content-sharing website Megaupload.com is not fighting its battles alone. Within minutes of its

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Hackers strike after US internet piracy clampdown

Hackers from ‘Anonymous’ – the self-styled internet freedom fighters – have attacked several media, government, and music and film industry

Hackers from ‘Anonymous’ – the self-styled internet freedom fighters – have attacked several media, government, and music and film industry

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Hacked security firm warns of more cyber attacks

Reports say that credit card hackers are threatening to publish private emails described as damaging, after an attack on a US-based intelligence

Reports say that credit card hackers are threatening to publish private emails described as damaging, after an attack on a US-based intelligence

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Anonymous "closes" Israeli sites

Israeli security websites were down on Sunday after an international group of cyber hackers threatened an attack on government computers. Websites

Israeli security websites were down on Sunday after an international group of cyber hackers threatened an attack on government computers. Websites

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'Anonymous' hackers target NATO

The group of computer hackers famous for its support of Wikileaks claims to have breached security at NATO and accessed a bank of restricted

The group of computer hackers famous for its support of Wikileaks claims to have breached security at NATO and accessed a bank of restricted

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"Anonymous" hackers arrested for cyber attacks

US authorities have arrested 16 people for cyber crimes including an online attack on eBay’s PayPal website. It was allegedly carried out by the

US authorities have arrested 16 people for cyber crimes including an online attack on eBay’s PayPal website. It was allegedly carried out by the

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'Hactivists': faceless threat or caped crusaders?

No organisation is too big to hack. Sony, Visa, Google, the IMF, the governments of Turkey and Spain and the CIA have all had their security breached

No organisation is too big to hack. Sony, Visa, Google, the IMF, the governments of Turkey and Spain and the CIA have all had their security breached