Anonymous, the digital crusaders who have doxxed rapists and Darren Wilson (before we knew Darren Wilson) have found their newest target: Iggy Azalea.
The Ku Klux Klan got the Anonymous treatment over the weekend after they threatened protestors in Ferguson, Mo. with "lethal force." In response, the online hacker group donned their digital cape, took over the group's twitter account and posted an image of a Klansman hanging from a noose. Then the doxxing began.
After nearly one week of trampling the constitution and showing the world what militarized racism looks like, Ferguson Police finally released the name of Michael Brown’s shooter this morning. His name is Darren Wilson.
This morning Anonymous tweeted the name of the police officer they claim killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri on Saturday, August 9. The name has not been confirmed by national media nor Ferguson police because of death threats that have been levied against the officer and his family. Ironic, no?
I work remotely but I still sometimes have altercations with my co-workers. Last week I had a particularly nasty argument with a co-worker about the sexual virility of Burt Reynolds, and just yesterday another colleague (also nameless) invited me to "shut my goddamn face." I want to retaliate, but how?
Deric Lostutter, the Anonymous activist who outed the Steubenville rapists is now being accused online of sexual assault by his ex girlfriend.
The 26-year-old leader of Anonymous's "Operation Roll Red Roll" made the Steubenville Ohio rape case go viral. Now he's being targeted by the FBI for hacking and identify theft. They take the forcible penetration of computers very seriously!
The death of Rehtaeh Parsons, the 17-year-old Nova Scotian who committed suicide last week after being gang-raped at a party in 2011 and then cyber-bullied about it for over a year afterwards, is being avenged by Anonymous.
In her ongoing effort to scrub the adorable residue precocious witch Hermione Granger left all over her acting career, Emma Watson may end up portraying Anastasia Steele, the heroine of a contemporary classic in the annals (heh) of erotic fiction, on the big screen. Or so says the reinvigorated Fifty Shades of…
Every two minutes, someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted. Yet, somehow, the Steubenville rape case has managed to capture the nation's notoriously restless attention span. Is it too optimistic to hope the increasingly high-profile case will help dispel some of our country's most deep-rooted myths about rape?
In the face of increasing national scrutiny (and the dogged pursuit of Anonymous' internet vigilantes), Jefferson County Sheriff Fred Abdalla of Steubenville rape investigation infamy took the stage Saturday and boldly chided booing protesters for jumping to conclusions about the way he handled the investigation. He…
Last month, Anonymous sub-group KnightSec vowed to expose the other students and adults affiliated with the Steubenville, Ohio Big Red high school rape case if they didn't publicly apologize before January 1st. On Wednesday, they released a video of former Steubenville High School baseball player Michael Nodianos…
Anonymous just leaked a 12-minute video of drunk Steubenville high school athletes having a blast making fun of the passed-out 16-year-old girl who was allegedly raped by football players Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond last August.
A rape case in Steubenville, Ohio, involving some members of the city's beloved football team has drawn national attention. The Times said that it was a notable case because it was "a sexual assault accusation in the age of social media, when teenagers are capturing much of their lives on their camera phones ... and…
Thanks to a lengthy New York Times piece, the country knows that superstar high school athletes Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond are charged with raping and kidnapping a 16-year-old girl in football-crazed Steubenville, Ohio.
The hacktivist group Anonymous has renewed its long-standing war with the Westboro Baptist Church after the church's spokeswoman, Shirley Phelps-Roper, Tweeted the WBC's intentions to picket the funerals of the dozens of people who were killed in last week's tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary.
Man, online bullying is the pits, and I'm so thankful the internet was not in wide use when I was in high school because it takes note passing to whole new levels of intensity. Back in my day, it would take a day or two for rumors to make their way around schools — now it only takes a few minutes. Your hormones and…
Anonymous is claiming that Kody Maxson, a 30-year-old (former?) Facebook employee living in New Westminster, British Columbia, is the man who allegedly harassed Vancouver-area 15-year-old Amanda Todd so relentlessly that she took her own life on Oct. 10. In their YouTube video, a Guy Fawkes-outfitted anonybro with…