Not sure how many people have seen this video about the hacker group "Anonymous" and how they will shut down Facebook on November 5th. Here's the clip if you missed it
Usually, I don't listen to conspiracy theories or anything similar, but these guys are pretty interesting. If I'm not mistaken, these are the same guys who hacked the PS3 network and we saw how crazy people got without PSN... Facebook is much bigger and if what they say is true, that would be crazy! People would be freaking out and they really could destroy Facebook like that (hello Google+ though lol)
So I wanted to ask,
--- Do you think they will keep their promise and hack Facebook?
--- Can you live without your Facebook?
--- Do you think the government really has all that information like Anonymous claims?
- I pray not
But to sum it up in McDunkinese
I was like when they took my PSN away
And i will be like if they shut down my Facebook...how else can i bother MikeyV with Lebron jokes and tagging him in Lil B pics?
i can care less what these losers do
i aint mark zuckerburg i shouldnt be worried
Do you think they will keep their promise and hack Facebook? Maybe its not hard to hack the internet people do it everyday.
--- Can you live without your Facebook? Yeah, because I don't use it that much and even when i do i put up worthless information which won't affect me if hacked. the most you get is my phone number which can be changed at anytime, my email address which can be changed as well, and maybe how i look like because i have a total of 2 pics.
--- Do you think the government really has all that information like Anonymous claims? Yeah probably you have to remember the government has most of info. that you put anyway your name,phone number, pics.
MikeyV on facebook? I can't see that.. 420 characters for a status update is not enough for him
I wouldn't doubt Anon.
Those dudes are serious.
NoPesos is right i just read their history on wikipedia
Back to Myspace it is
On August 2011, someone created an account on Twitter with the name OP_Facebook and announced the "Operation Facebook". According to the links on the post, Anonymous will take down Facebook on the fifth of November 2011. The date "November 5" is believed to be attributed to the comics V for Vendetta, where the character "V" conducts his major plans every fifth of November. This operation isn't assuredly an Anonymous one. There was an earlier OpFacebook that was abandoned, and this current plan is a revival of the communication channels previously used. The plan is contentious and does not appear to be supported by the majority of those who say they are part of Anonymous.[
1. Sure, whatever. I mean, it could happen, just have no real insight into it happening one way or the other.
2. Absolutely, would more than likely be a pleasure. As much as I enjoy seeing what everyone is up to, I find it fairly non-essential. I just hope these dudes aren't pissed off at NBADraft.net.......
3. Absolutely. How do you think Mark Zuckerberg is worth as much as he is, "without advertising"? Fairly genius, still really sneaky and underhanded. I personally do not condone this, and think that Facebook has created just as much social awkwardness as it has social networking. Be careful what you put on that site, because it could come back to haunt you.
i can care less what these losers do
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I don't think that anyone can shut Facebook down, except Mark Zuckerberg.