By Global Grind Just like that, Donald Trump gained a few more enemies. The hacktivist group Anonymous named Donald its newest target less than a week after the Republican presidential candidate announced his desire to ban all Muslims from traveling to the U.S. In a YouTube video released on Wednesday, a masked man can be […]
The world's most famous hacktivist group has expressed its interest in recognizing the "real people underneath the hoods" while holding the KKK accountable for spreading hate.
Sharing unsuspecting people's private information online isn't justice-it's Internet terrorism.
Anonymous began its release today with a partial list revealing accused politicians' names, address, emails, phone numbers and spouses.
For over a year, the KKK and Anonymous have exchanged blows online. The first unhooding by the collective was last year during the Ferguson unrest.
The group tweeted their warning on Tuesday, promising to out at least 1,000 members.