Charting the demise of Anonymous

The end of Anonymous may be near and a series of public and exaggerated claims by the group will now surely be used by governments to justify new legislation.

Hacker collective Anonymous has probably always been bigger than the sum of its individual parts. For the better part of two years it managed to capture headlines for a series of web defacements, denials of service and high profile hacks. And for that time it suited everyone’s purposes:

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