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Anonymous Threatens Robin Hood Attacks Against Ban

gManZboy (721688) writes | more than 2 years ago

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gManZboy writes "Just in time for the holidays, hacktivist collective Anonymous has announced that it has teamed up with like-minded group TeaMp0isoN to donate to charity. The catch: they're using stolen credit data from big banks to make donations, in a campaign they're calling Operation Robin Hood.

Is the #OpRobinHood campaign for real, or like previous threats against Wall Street and Facebook, just another hoax? Aesthetically, at least, the OpRobinHood video ticks all of the traditional Anonymous aesthetic requirements: a mashed-up "p0isoaNoN" logo (green on black), a liberal dose of swelling choral music (via that movie trailer staple "Europa," by Globus), together with selected clips of Kevin Costner as Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves."

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Idiots (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#38218662)

These morons think that every dime they steal wont be returned? Really? You're that delusional?

Even if they somehow steal any money that is not immediately returned, congrats, you've cost the banks $0 extra, but probably annoyed a couple insurance companies.
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