I think it is interesting that the "anonymous team" seems to be expecting people to trust them and use these things that they are releasing to the net.
I don't know about anyone else, but for me, trust and anonymous are not a natural association. If they were not a "hacktivist" group, I might consider trusting them; however, for me, using any of their supposed conveniences on the net would be the equivalent of knowingly giving my e-mail address to the world's most egregious spammers and expecting to not get spammed.
I'm all over this!! Remember, Anonymous is on our side even though their methods may sometimes be a little shady. They're not after us, they're after the same people we all wish would just get hit by a bus anyway! I can't wait to try this shit! XD
In the end, they all get caught. They must hate their lives a lot. Another thing they recently decided to attack was the formula1.com website. The attack is supposed to take place at this Sunday's F1 race protesting against Bernie's decision to not cancel the Bahrain race.
I fail to see how this will be technically possible. I guess if they just embed the youtube video on the page then it should work, but if they start just streaming the audio you can bet that Google will shut that down pretty quickly. The cause is a good one, but I'll wait to see their implementation before I throw my support behind it.
i would rather they just keep putting out crackwarez for games music and movies or even a decoder program that was multi threaded or multicore decoding of all music movies and videos. a much better way to stick it to the MPAA/RIAA.
maybe upload it to the RIAA and MPAA sites for hosting and downloading
hey we had 4 million hits today alone! people are really starting to take notice to our piracy messages