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Digital Communication 2002A/B Lecture 6: Hacktivism
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Digital Communication
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Digital Communication 2002A/B
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Andie Shabbar

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Digi Comm 2002: Virtual Worlds
Lecture 6: Wednesday, February 28th 2018
From Activism to Hacktivism
Anonymous Documentary: How They Changed The World
Believe hacking is standing up for freedom of speech and no censorship online
Do not show faces or give aes eause they speak as oe, its a olletive effot
Anonymous grew out of a 4chan: essentially a place where people can upload posts,
photos on a website with no attached name. Many categories from auto, anime, etc
/b/ another website similar, but the idea is post soethig that a eve e usee
they are very uncomfortable, vial, disgusting
4chan website: Humor and grotesqueness are favored to keep the site running and
popular
a ee is asially just a idea
Trolling is a fucking art
Scientology
Hundreds of people swarming the streets, wearing the mask, protesting in many cities
around the world
Gathering happens Nov 4 every year
Anyone can be an anonymous member; it is actually encouraged. Though we have a belief it is a
closed society, this is not true.
About Anon:
Actions:
4chans raids including Habbo Hotel (2003-2007)
Westbro Baptist Church
Paypal, Mastercard, visa
Encyclopedia Drmatica (2004-present)
Project Chanoogy 2008
Operation Payback 2010
Occupy Wall Street 2011
Million Mask March Protest 2013
Operation ferguson 2014
Operation KKK 2014
#OpParis 2015
Trump hacks 2017
Tensions: ideas of hackers vs hacktivism
Idealism vs Nihilism
Utopian vs Dystopian
Individual vs Collective
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Digi Comm 2002: Virtual Worlds Lecture 6: Wednesday, February 28 2018 From Activism to Hacktivism Anonymous Documentary: How They Changed The World Believe hacking is standing up for freedom of speech and no censorship online Do not show faces or give names because they speak as one, its a collective effort Anonymous grew out of a 4chan: essentially a place where people can upload posts, photos on a website with no attached name. Many categories from auto, anime, etc /b/ another website similar, but the idea is post something that can never be unseen they are very uncomfortable, vial, disgusting 4chan website: Humor and grotesqueness are favored to keep the site running and popular a meme is basically just an idea Trolling is a fucking art Scientology Hundreds of people swarming the streets, wearing the mask, protesting in many cities around the world Gathering happens Nov 4 every year Anyone can be an anonymous member; it is actually encouraged. Though we have a belief it is a closed society, this is not true. About Anon: Actions: 4chans raids including Habbo Hotel (2003-2007) Westbro Baptist Church Paypal, Mastercard, visa Encyclopedia Drmatica (2004-present) Project Chanoogy 2008 Operation Payback 2010 Occupy Wall Street 2011 Million Mask March Protest 2013 Operation ferguson 2014 Operation KKK 2014 #OpParis 2015 Trump hacks 2017 Tensions: ideas of hackers vs hacktivism Idealism vs Nihilism Utopian vs Dystopian Individual vs Collective
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