Anonymous’ Anti-Establishment Campaign Actually Benefits Time Warner’s Profits

Anonymous’ Anti-Establishment Campaign Actually Benefits Time Warner’s Profits
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The sale of ubiquitous mask used by the group of hackers 'Anonymous' actually benefits Time Warner, the type of company that the group protests against.

Tarik Fontenelle
  • 1 september 2011

Anonymous, the infamous group of hackers, have long championed the downfall of some of society’s more corrupt elements. From opposing governments, to attacking the Church of Scientology and websites of companies such as Visa, MasterCard and other global corporations, the group has long championed the freedom of information. However when they are forced to meet in public to protest censorship the protective anonymity of the Internet is replaced by other means of hiding identity.

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