---- Anonymous Hacks Gawker Media Properties in Support of WikiLeaks?
Sgt_Kickaxe - 2:58 am on Dec 14, 2010 (gmt 0)
Tal Be'ery, web research team lead at Imperva, says: "By monitoring back channel communication...
Exactly my point, who's the more dangerous hacker now? those wanting to target sites or those who are "trusted" yet into monitoring (*cough* spying *cough*) in places they don't have a legal right to access.
Government and authority seems to be 10x worse than any common criminal could ever dream of being in terms of accessing things they don't have owner permission to access. Of course authority wants to monitor anyone who may monitor them too, such as wikileaks.
If government had no lies (like not knowing how that routers employee was killed during their appache slaughter) to hide there would be no wikileaks.
I'm not pro, or anti, government or hacker here either, it's just that the stupidity level has reached grand proportions on both sides and what heats me up is that EVERYONE gets dragged into it, everyone pays via loss of privacy.