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Scotland Yard Has Been After Anonymous for Months

jhernik (1795638) writes | more than 3 years ago

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jhernik (1795638) writes "Scotland Yard has confirmed it has been investigating Anonymous since before the WikiLeaks wars broke out

The Metropolitan police has been investigating Internet vigilante group Anonymous, since well before its current online reprisals against companies not supporting WikiLeaks.

“Earlier this year, the Metropolitan police service received a number of allegations of denial of service cyber attacks againat several companies by a group calling itself Anonymous,” a police spokesman told eWEEK Europe UK. “We are investigating these criminal allegations and our investigation is ongoing.”

“The Metropolitan police service is monitoring the situation in relation to recent and ongoing denial of service attacks, and will investigate where appropriate,” the spokesman added"

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