All out WikiLeaks cyber wafare
The supporters of Wikileaks are mad as heck and they're not going to take it anymore. "Operation Payback" is in full effect. The group of hackers have launched cyber warfare. Thus far, its targets have included Mastercard, PayPal, Visa, as well as a Swiss bank.
After Sarah Palin criticized them, her official website was hacked and crashed. Who will be next?
On the flipside, the Berkeley City Council will vote on Tuesday on a resolution to declare Private Bradley Manning, who is the suspected source of the hundreds of thousands of classified documents and cables Wikileaks released, as a hero who should be released from jail. The Berkeley City Council will vote on the resolution on Tuesday.
Question of the Day: What do you think of the attempt in Berkeley to pass a resolution calling the Wikileaks leaker a hero?
Government officials, such as Sen. Dianne Feinstein believe that Manning should be charged with the crimes of treason and espionage.
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