This Is What Happens When Anonymous Tries to Destroy You

Gizmodo Writes:

For about a year, Anonymous has been the Internet's greatest spectacle: raucous hacks, federal takedowns, scheming, betrayal and giggles. It's hard not to be entertained by the nihilistic marauders—unless they're threatening your life and children.

This is the other side of Anon.

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Captain Tuttle3393d ago

I think I'd back off for my kids sake. They probably wouldn't suffer physically but man, teenage years are rough and why make it harder?

"But the real question might be: How is this worth it to Emick? Death threats against your kids, privacy shredded, existence defamed daily? Is it worth pissing off the Internet's high school cafeteria? What can possibly make it okay to personally trudge through Anon's garbage heap every morning? She doesn't hesitate to answer: "It's challenging. I love finding stuff. Also, it's fun to outsmart criminals who think they're clever."

Sounds like she doesn't make good choices. It's fun? Really?

thorstein3393d ago

No kidding. I wonder if she would like to go sailing off the coast of Somalia?

tachy0n3393d ago

funny to see how the CIA wants to damage anonymous image.....