Richard Stallman, the godfather of free software, and a personal hero, explains why the activities of Anonymous are not illegal, but reflect the ideology of the picket-line in the information age. A must read.
Anonymous' Role in the Jasmine Revolution @ Guardian --Isaac 14:24, 27 January 2011 (CST)
Anonymous, the hacker army which came to the (unrequested) aid of wikileaks by executing DDos attacks against Mastercard, Visa, and Paypal, has played a significant and unheralded role in the pro-democracy revolutions across the middle east. They have done so while being prosecuted criminally in American courts. Uhhh... the revolution is starting.
Swiss banker alleges criminal activities, hands over files to Wikileaks --Jacobwhite 10:19, 17 January 2011 (CST)
Be careful who you support. Patriot Act will come and fuck you up. The actual subpoena told Twitter to not tell the users that their information was being requested as part of a criminal investigation. Imagine the postal system in the 60s opened all your mail, made photocopies of it (didn't read it, they swear!), then just gave it to the government whenever they were subpoenaed? --Gordonbr 16:10, 9 January 2011 (CST)
This is really quite something. The Cuban press is starting to publish the wikileaked cables in translation. Check it out. --Freenet 18:53, 24 December 2010 (CST)
UN Investigating Treatment of Bradley Manning @ Washington Post --Isaac 15:20, 22 December 2010 (CST)