Over 30 anti-nuclear grass roots groups in Japan have been deluged with millions of spam emails over the past two months in what appears to be a co-ordinated campaign to disrupt and obstruct them. More than 2.53 million emails were sent to at least 33 activist groups since mid-September, with 430,000 sent to just two groups …
The Japanese Police
Seem about as effective as any other force to be fair.
The ones that seem to get caught are those brazen/stupid enough to use their moms internet connection to do the deed.
Japanese police don’t have a great track record when it comes to solving computer crime.
I want to say, while I'm pro-nuclear-power, I am vehemently opposed to anyone attempting to silence their opponents like this. You aren't helping.
But I thought most TOR nodes were run by the NS...
Oh right. Anti-nuke protesters.
"Unless we kill all of the anti-nuclear believers, world peace will be never achieved."
Anyone else see a slight flaw in that ideology?
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