'Anonymous' turns in hacker who targeted children's charity
A hacker who disabled the website of a New Zealand company dedicated to helping feed poor children could face legal consequences in his home country of Spain after his attack spurred a Facebook/Twitter posse and incurred the wrath of members of Anonymous, who he may have been trying to impress.
Anonymous, a loose-knit hacker group that's been the bane of governments and corporations worldwide, apparently doesn't take kindly to those who pick on charities or organizations devoted to helping children, such as Bryan Bruce's Red Sky Film & Television, which produced a documentary about the effects of poverty on kids in New Zealand. Proceeds from sales of the film go to the cause.
Red Sky's site, where such sales occurred, was attacked July 25 by someone using the Twitter account @AnonVoldemort and name The Lord of Darkness.
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