Cole Stryker

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Author of Epic Win for Anonymous: How 4chan's Army Conquered the Web

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With hangings, beheadings and mass murders, drug cartels have created a culture of fear in Mexico, which extends even to the Internet.  In a recent  YouTube video , a masked figure…

Anonymous and the Real World Implications of 'Hacktivism'

With hangings, beheadings and mass murders, drug cartels have created a culture of fear in Mexico, which extends even to the Internet.  In a recent YouTube video , a masked figure…

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With hangings, beheadings and mass murders, drug cartels have created a culture of fear in Mexico, which extends even to the Internet.

'Anonymous' and Privacy on the Internet

With hangings, beheadings and mass murders, drug cartels have created a culture of fear in Mexico, which extends even to the Internet.

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