On 10 July 2011, in a secret chat room in cyberspace, a 20-year-old hacker who calls himself Lolcat waits by his laptop for the stroke of midnight.He’s joined by 10 others, several of whom he’s hacked with before, though he only knows them by their tags – according to the group’s rules of operational security, they are not to meet, Skype, reveal real names or key biographical details.Je krijgt vervolgens een toegangscode die u dient in te voeren.
Several members of Anonymous are here, as are some key members of Lulz Sec: the elite hacker group that had broken away from Anonymous earlier that year.
Regardless of when you visit the site, you're going to find dozens of sexy singles and couples showing off their bodies and sexual prowess in front of their home webcams.
These are real amateurs - some are there to earn a few dollars by stripping for tips, while others are true exhibitionists who really get off having sex knowing that hundreds of people are watching. It's a behind the scenes look at the internet's largest adult video chat room.
And at this point, Anonymous and Lulz Sec could scarcely be more notorious.
It’s as though Wiki Leaks, which started in 2010, passed a baton to its anarchic cousins, and now no one’s safe.