2011: The Year Anonymous Took On Cops, Dictators and Existential Dread - 2012-01-11

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F354.png 2011: The Year Anonymous Took On Cops, Dictators and Existential Dread January 11, 2012, Quinn Norton, Wired

After OpTunisia and OpHBGary, most of 2011′s Anonymous major actions fell into one of two camps: the activist and lulzy hacking. But the old culture went on as well, the lolcats of 4chan, the protests in front of the Church of Scientology. Anonymous only got harder to characterize, and there were no anons that agreed with all of the collective, except maybe about liking cats.

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{{cite news | first = Quinn | last = Norton | title = 2011: The Year Anonymous Took On Cops, Dictators and Existential Dread | url = https://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/01/anonymous-dicators-existential-dread/all/1 | work = Wired | date = January 11, 2012 | accessdate = February 6, 2019 }}