Police are investigating a security breach at a London university medical school that resulted in users getting a stream of obscene and defamatory emails. Unidentified hackers sent a series of libellous, obscene and abusive emails, one of which falsely claiming that executive members of the St George's University of London …
That'll be Anonymous then.
Much as when the pool was closed due to aids
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As childish as some of the copy anonymous may use in their exploits (in both senses of the word) the target itself is usually deserved of the abuse. So may I ask anonymous coward, why this would be the work of anonymous?
Sounds like the pool's closed alright. We should have an afro wig icon instead of the purple-haired troll...
school's hosed due to grades?
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Yep /b/ strikes again. Guessing it was some bored school kid on half term and what crappy security did they have in place to let this happen.
Met Investigating a Computer Based Crime!
Must be a slow crime day,
either that or the DI fancies the nurse that reported it
All the hallmarks of an internal dispute.
Doesn't sound like /b/ or Anonymous, both of whom are very open about what they do.
Anonymous have more serious targets and attack with good reason.
/b/ get their lulz publicly, having nothing to hide but their esoteric digital art collections.
Those so quick to condemn /b/ should really get a 4chan Gold Account and explore the site in depth before making unfounded accusations and besmirching the good name of innocent /b/ros.
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