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-~-~-~- The Prototype Lulz Boat -~-~-~-
<kraken> _~ )_)_~
<BottleOfRum> that's no mighty boat
<BottleOfRum> that's a toy boat
- deathboy 0
can already see what will happen with this. anon-lulz whatever are cyber terrorists that are as evil as those muslim guys. lock the internet borders and give everyone registered IPs or some shit. oh and just give up any other freedom you think you have online or theyre gonna get you.
- eficks 0
they are also linked to 25,000 stolen bitcoins (worth 450k+)
- fugged 0
"don't hack me bro"
- Gordy22 0
Is this gonna be like chanting "Candyman" three times?
- colin_s 0
pretty ballsy, considering last month the pentagon said a cyberattack was a declaration of war.
- zackline 0
I feel like Congress is already trying to place bans/fences on the internet, I'm not saying I'm against showing the man he isn't the boss, but when it starts to infringe on the rights of the people, it kinda gets me pissed off at the ukranian/russian basement this shit is flowing from.
- VelocityFade 0
lulzsecurity are not just a bunch of mischievous altruistic hackers nor is anon some sort of new activist group. they are being used as fronts by people working with cyber intel and security agencies. These hacks are being used to help pass new sweeping laws and continue to erode people's rights on the net.
- sublocked 0
HACK THE PLANET
- i_monk 0
I can't wait for the US to excise itself from the internet.
- jimbojones 0
is it me or is the CIA website corny as fuck?
- bumdrizzle 0
'lulzsecurity are not just a bunch of mischievous altruistic hackers nor is anon some sort of new activist group. they are being used as fronts by people working with cyber intel and security agencies. These hacks are being used to help pass new sweeping laws and continue to erode people's rights on the net. '
lulz. you think the shady government forces behind this might be thorough enough to make sure kraken memes are included in their evil plans.
- dopepope 0
all I know is that some anchor woman on ABC pronounced it 'LOOLS SECK' and it made me LOL.
- GeorgesII 0
funny how this kind of events happen everytime they need new laws passed to censure/regulate the internet and declare everyone criminals,
lulzsec can go eat a big back of dicks
anyways who am I anyway to point out these simple facts,
the future will be fun to watch
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- zaq 0
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- GeorgesII 0
Officers from the Metropolitan Police Central e-Crime Unit (PCeU) have arrested a 19-year-old man in a pre-planned intelligence-led operation.
The arrest follows an investigation into network intrusions and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against a number of international business and intelligence agencies by what is believed to be the same hacking group.
The teenager was arrested on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act, and Fraud Act offences and was taken to a central London police station, where he currently remains in custody for questioning.
Searches at a residential address in Wickford, Essex, following the arrest last night have led to the examination of a significant amount of material. These forensic examinations remain ongoing.
The PCeU was assisted by officers from Essex Police and have been working in co-operation with the FBI.