Iran Activists Get Assist from 'Anonymous,' Pirate Bay - 2009-06-18

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F354.png Iran Activists Get Assist from 'Anonymous,' Pirate Bay June 18, 2009, Noah Shachtman, Wired

Iranian democracy activists, meet your new pals: a masked protest movement best known for needling the Church of Scientology, and a group of file-sharers so infamous they're facing a year in jail.

Anonymous Iran is a collaboration between The Pirate Bay -- operators of the world's largest torrent site, convicted in April of copyright infringement -- and Anonymous, the prankster collective dedicated to exposing "Scientology's crimes."

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{{cite news | first = Noah | last = Shachtman | title = Iran Activists Get Assist from 'Anonymous,' Pirate Bay | url = https://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2009/06/iran-activists-get-assist-from-anonymous-pirate-bay/ | work = Wired | date = June 18, 2009 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}