anonymous hacker group

Can I request a 00Q prompt? >> Q is secretly the leader of “Anonymous”, the famous hacker group. Bond got an assignment to track down the whereabouts of Anon leader after a certain incident. Q tries to cover up. – anon

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“… Q?”

Q glanced up. Bond’s expression said everything.



Bond and Q stared at each for a long time. Neither really knew where to start. They both knew why the other was there, and it was definitely Not Good, in a very major way.


“… well. Sort of.”

“Sort of meaning…?”

“Well… yes.”

Another round of staring.

Even by British standards, this was getting ridiculous.

“You’re the leader of Anonymous?”

Q shrugged apologetically. “Well… technically I have no idea, of course, Anonymous are anonymous and I wouldn’t know anything about that because they’re anonymous and they don’t technically have a single leader but all the same, you might be a little bit right because I have coordinated several things for the group and so maybe just maybe I might be a little bit of, I don’t know, let’s call it a section chief? Section chief for the UK. And some parts of Europe. And a little further afield. Ish.”

The staring recommenced.

Crickets could be distantly heard in the background.

Bond was desperately craving a martini. Shaken or stirred, he couldn’t give a flying fuck.

Q was debating jumping out of the window.

“I’m probably supposed to take you into MI6 custody, aren’t I?”

Q shrugged uncomfortably. “I’d prefer if you didn’t,” he admitted. “I have a lot of things that I’d like to do with my life, and particularly in my job. I’ve never done anything that would damage Queen or Country. Promise.”

Bond nodded slowly. “You promise? Because I’ve got a lot of paperwork saying otherwise.”

“I can show you even more paperwork probing what good we do. I do. Erm. If I was a member even though they’re anonymous and I’m anonymous. I mean I couldn’t be any more anonymous if I tried, my birth name is harder to find than the lost city of Atlantis. Although theoretically speaking, some people think they’ve found it, and…”

“… stop talking.”

Q stopped.

Bond sighed.

“I don’t particularly want to neutralise you as a threat.”

“I don’t particularly want you to either,” Q admitted.

“… fine,” Bond conceded. “Okay. I will return to MI6, and we will not speak of this again.”

Q smiled. “Perfect. Will you be back for dinner?”

“Are you cooking?”

“Was thinking of curry.”

Bond smiled, rolled his eyes. “Alright. Balti for me.”

“See you later,” Q smiled, and blew him a kiss.

“Don’t push it.”

Bond could still hear Q’s laugh as he shut the door of their flat, and went back to MI6 to lie through his teeth.


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Anonymous (Group)

The collective name of loosely-affiliated individuals that participate in hacktivism.

Anonymous (used as a mass noun) is a loosely associated hacktivist group. It originated in 2003 on the imageboard 4chan, representing the concept of many online and offline community users simultaneously existing as an anarchic, digitized global brain.It is also generally considered to be a blanket term for members of certain Internet subcultures, a way to refer to the actions of people in an environment where their actual identities are not known. It strongly opposes Internet censorship and surveillance, and has hacked various government websites. It has also targeted major security corporations.Its members can be distinguished in public by the wearing of Guy Fawkes masks.

In its early form, the concept has been adopted by a decentralized online community acting anonymously in a coordinated manner, usually toward a loosely self-agreed goal, and primarily focused on entertainment. Beginning with 2008, the Anonymous collective has become increasingly associated with collaborative, international hacktivism. They undertook protests and other actions in retaliation against anti-digital piracy campaigns by motion picture and recording industry trade associations.Actions credited to “Anonymous” are undertaken by unidentified individuals who apply the Anonymous label to themselves as attribution.Some analysts have praised Anonymous as the freedom fighters of the internet and a digital Robin Hood although others have condemned them as “anarchic cyber-guerrillas”.

Although not necessarily tied to a single online entity, many websites are strongly associated with Anonymous. This includes notable imageboards such as 4chan, their associated wikis, Encyclopædia Dramatica, and a number of forums. After a series of controversial, widely publicized protests, distributed denial of service (DDoS) and website defacement attacks by Anonymous in 2008, incidents linked to its cadre members have increased.In consideration of its capabilities, Anonymous has been posited by CNN to be one of the three major successors to WikiLeaks

In 2012, American magazine Time named Anonymous as one of the most influential groups of people in the world.

Survivor Series being threatened as a target for ISIS
[November 21st, 2015]

This is an interesting development. This morning, hacker group Anonymous released a statement about some information they reportedly uncovered regarding potential planned ISIS attacks. One of those attacks is set to take place at the Philips Arena tomorrow night, during the WWE Survivor Series event. WSB-TV in Atlanta posted the following:

FBI officials have confirmed to Channel 2 Action News that they are taking seriously a report about an ISIS threat at a WWE Survivor Series event in Atlanta on Sunday.

The FBI released the following statement to Channel 2 Action News:

“The FBI is aware of reports of an alleged threat that includes an Atlanta, Georgia venue and event.  While we take all threats seriously, we do not have specific or credible information of an attack at this time.  We have, however, made the proper notifications as we continue to work closely with our law enforcement and private sector partners to keep our community safe.”

The hacker group Anonymous said Saturday that it had uncovered information about Islamic State group attacks in Paris as well as locations in the U.S.

According to an article in the International Business Times:

“Anonymous also said the Islamic State group is planning an assault at the WWE Survivor Series  event scheduled to take place in the Philips Arena in Atlanta Sunday at   7.30 p.m. EST, as well as attacks at multiple events in Paris.”

Channel 2’s Mark Winne spoke with the director of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, Jim Butterworth, who said his agency is working closely with the FBI, the Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center and others in evaluating the threat on a Sunday WWE event in Atlanta reported by the group Anonymous.

WWE released the following statement to Channel 2 Action News Saturday:

“WWE Survivor Series is currently scheduled as planned while we investigate the matter with federal, state and local authorities.”

Back in 2001, my friend Brandon and I got tickets to a WWF show in Louisville just a few weeks after the 9/11 attacks. We joked that at the event, if any terrorists showed up, Bradshaw would run through the arena and clothesline all of their heads off. This is a scary situation now that it’s real. This entire ISIS thing just feels like something out of The Avengers or something; a giant evil group set on taking over the world. I’m sincerely worried for the fans attending Survivor Series, as well as the wrestlers and staff of the WWE. Here’s hoping JBL sprouts long black hair and a thick black mustache if such a threat should arrive.
#WhatHappenedToSandraBland: New Alleged Jail Footage Of Sandra Bland Is Released To Dispel Mugshot Rumors, But Instead Raises More Questions Than It Addresses
Waller County officials released the new footage to prove that Bland was "alive and well" when her mugshot was taken to counter social media rumors that she was deceased in the photo.
By Tasneem Nashrulla

Waller County officials on Tuesday released new jailhouse video footage of Sandra Bland to counter social media rumors that she was dead when her mugshot was taken.

The new footage shows Bland being brought into Waller County Jail on July 10 after being arrested during a traffic stop, and three days before she was found dead in her jail cell of an apparent suicide.

The footage includes Bland’s mugshot being taken, which was at the center of widespread social media speculation that she appeared to be dead in the picture.

The three days’ worth of raw footage was released to show Bland was “alive and well” when she was brought into the jail, contrary to “viral” rumors that led to death threats against jail officials, Waller County Judge Trey Duhon said.

At a news conference Tuesday, Duhon said the online hacker group Anonymous had encouraged people to engage in cyberattacks against Waller County’s computer networks based on the “untruths.”

He added that Waller County officials had received death threats based on the rumors that Bland was either killed or deceased before she was brought into the jail.

“When it comes to correct information, social media cannot be relied upon,” Duhon said.

The new footage includes video of Bland being brought into the jail, as well as her time spent in the intake area and with Texas state trooper Brian Encinia, who arrested her for allegedly assaulting him during the traffic stop.

Apart from showing Bland standing for her mugshot, the footage also shows her making phone calls in the booking area, and spending hours in a holding cell.

Duhon said Bland’s appearance in the “infamous” mugshot could be attributed to her being asleep for several hours in her holding cell before the photo was taken.

Bland, he noted, also had “animated conversations” with someone on the phone in the booking desk area. She also made as many as six phone calls after her bond was set.

Duhon said the jailer also showed “sympathy” in allowing Bland to use the phone in the booking area after she made multiple requests to use it.

The footage also shows Bland as a judge sets a bond of $5,000.

“I truly wish she had bonded out,” Duhon said.

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i take everything that’s associated with anonymous (the hacker group) with a grain of salt tbh because any john doe can claim the anonymous label and start using it to spout whatever info they want? especially since it’s hard to get verification on leaked information. i’m wary