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05:50 PM on 07/19/2011
I hope the hackers are locked away for a long time. I would treat hacking as a terrorist activity. Send them to Gauntanamo. My father was a hacker, he smoked three packs a day for thirty years. My mother wanted him sent to Gauntanamo but he wouldn't go. He didn't like cuban cigars. Hacking is a dirty business. My uncle drove a hack for a living. Barely made a dime. All he had was two nickles to rub together. And they were Buffalo nickles.
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arkymorgan
Nobody knows the trouble I've been...
06:15 PM on 07/19/2011
You'd make a great hack journalist!
06:27 PM on 07/19/2011
Hackers are Dems watch what you wish for.
Paulo1
Thanks for reading, (even if you disagree)
05:46 PM on 07/19/2011
All that raiding and they come up with one laptop and no arrests.

EPIC FAIL.

You know hackers smart enough to crack the CIA are probably not going to be leaving fingerprints on laptops. I suspect they use open WiFi sites but I'm about as much of a genius as whoever did this raid. Meaning not very much.
05:59 PM on 07/19/2011
Amen
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pottedferne
06:21 PM on 07/19/2011
I don't think they are in this country......
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No more Kool Aid
Believe what you see not see what you believe
05:45 PM on 07/19/2011
Ruuppertt! Get the rope...err a Pie?
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ghostgirl21
Light at the end of the tunnel,is a train.
06:42 PM on 07/19/2011
Foam pie at that. :)
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scorpions5
Real conflict is between truth and lies
05:42 PM on 07/19/2011
Find them, arrest them, and throw away the key. Never allow them to come near a computer the rest of their lives. Just like pedophiles cannot be near children, they should never be allowed to use one again.
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RedRoux
Reality is nothing but a collective hunch.
05:40 PM on 07/19/2011
All that effort and the best they will do is bring down some script kiddies that are too inexperienced to properly hide their tracks. Bravo, men, bravo.
05:36 PM on 07/19/2011
The Feds are not the sharpest knives in the drawer - ip addresses can be redirected and the hackers are more proficent then the guys with a gun. I do not condone hacking but the FBI couldn't prevent 911 and I do not believe they are getting smarter.
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05:39 PM on 07/19/2011
Our local news showed the other night just how easy it is for hackers to hack our cell phones.
05:58 PM on 07/19/2011
Keep your phone off until you want check for calls etc or make a call and the odds you will be hacked will be reduced.
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AllShookUp
Hug A Hater
05:49 PM on 07/19/2011
All it takes is one stupid person, like the one they raided last week, who kept meticulous records on his home computer of names, addresses and account information of those he sold hacking software. The FBI is not stupid, and they will bide their time and make a case against these guys.
05:34 PM on 07/19/2011
Several members of the hacker group Anonymous have been arrested by the FBI, and…
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http://blogs.abcnews.com/thenote/2011/07/anonymous-hakcers-arrested-by-fbi-wikileaks-operation-payback-assange.html
jvabevofox
The right is always wrong
05:29 PM on 07/19/2011
Anybody that tells governments and corperations dirty little secrets are at the top of the most wanted list. In 1776 they would of been called freedom fighters or patriots.
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05:58 PM on 07/19/2011
Um, sure. And how about sharing your passwords, PINs, bank account numbers, SSN etc. with the rest of us so we can use them. I mean, secrets are meant to be free, right?
jvabevofox
The right is always wrong
09:16 AM on 07/20/2011
I said government and corperations and there dirty little secrets not joe blow on the street. Learn to understand what was written not what you thought you read.
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greora2
Earth is fine, it's the people who are messed up
05:28 PM on 07/19/2011
Find them and put them in jail for 10 years or so, it is just like terrorism..
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05:26 PM on 07/19/2011
Good to know the corporations are being protected
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Turukano
In 20 years, everyone will say they voted Obama
05:39 PM on 07/19/2011
One crime does not justify another.
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edejan
05:44 PM on 07/19/2011
Depends what you define as "crime."
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Tom Langley
Economics is not Science - it's a Faith.
06:21 PM on 07/19/2011
Attempted murder justifies killing in self-defense.
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Unca Allen
Tyranny will rise when you do nothing
05:23 PM on 07/19/2011
Doen't this violate the Patriot Act? Homeland Security is supposed to be able to enter your home without a warrant, arrest you and "disappear" you forever, base on "reasons" only they know. For this reason, I keep loaded guns in every room in the house. If they're going to disapper me, I'm taking a few with me. Hackers are the bane of the Internet, but there's a simpler way to stop them: Shut them down.
05:26 PM on 07/19/2011
VIOLATE the Patriot Act? You've got it wrong. Do you know what the Patriot Act even is? That Act takes away our FREEDOMS as American citizens, gives authorities the RIGHT to SPY and MONITOR us. Is that not a violation, hm?
05:40 PM on 07/19/2011
Only if they suspect you engaging in unpatriotic acts, ori13.
06:03 PM on 07/19/2011
That was the point he was making but he was being ironic. Sorry.
07:15 PM on 07/19/2011
Unca, what good will your guns be when they drop an unmanned drone on your house? That's the joke with all these militia groups and their assault weapons. They can march around wearing camo all they want, but a few cowardly drone attacks will take all of them out before they get to fire even one shot. Any government that can do to the Iraqis and Afghans what ours is doing, will have no problem doing it to us. Consider those depleted uranium weapons we used in Iraq; they're also poisoning our soldiers. I hope I didn't ruin your day.
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insider9909
They sold us for 30 pieces of silver.
05:11 PM on 07/19/2011
Billions of dollars worth of illegal drugs flowing across the borders every day.

Gun deaths and violence at epic proportions on the Mexican border.

Terrorists, both foreign and domestic, plotting to attack us.

And all the justice department has to do is chase a few computer hackers...

Good grief, the next thing you know, the feds will be shutting down online poker sites....

Oh, wait.....
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Animal53
05:31 PM on 07/19/2011
Yes you are right on those issues you raised, but those hackers also put innocent people at risk. Like their openly giving out the officers addresses, and their families being put on the firing line. What would you think if someone did that to you and your family was threatened? Believe me things are a whole lot crazier than a lot of people think. I have my reasons to know.
06:04 PM on 07/19/2011
Governments put innocent people at risk too. I wonder which do the most danage?
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Tom Langley
Economics is not Science - it's a Faith.
06:22 PM on 07/19/2011
The addresses of public employees are a matter of public record.
05:36 PM on 07/19/2011
i hear ya but i don't think the government is shutting down going after illegal drugs, etc just to seek these hackers..... BUT then, at what point does one become more important than the other? what happens when these hackers continue on doing what they are doing & leak very important documents dealing with national security?
05:07 PM on 07/19/2011
Like that's the most pressing issue. Should have raided foxnews computers. More crime for sure
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latia65
Geopolitical partitioning can be a reality!
05:06 PM on 07/19/2011
Claims to have obtained trove of News Corp. emails

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/07/19/anonymous-claims-to-have-obtained-trove-of-news-corp-emails/
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