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Anonymous Content Question

Carol asks…

Will anonymous rant about ex get people into legal trouble?

I post a few anonymous rants about how my former employer had crush on me and how the family and I reacted on a popular relationship message board. No name nor location was ever been mentioned. Some random guy bummed into and claimed he was the one I was talking about. Not sure if he’s trolling or it’s really “him”. He threatened me that he’s going to let his lawyer handling this situation and told some rubbish such as I have server mental issue stalking his family, and on restraining order…etc, etc. He even threatened me that he’s gonna telling my name.

Of course, none of them are true. I’m no expert, but my comment sense told me, if there’s anyone who will getting into legal issue according to the content of our posts, it should be him! Yes I did tell the story which has included someone else’s privacy. But it’s anonymous and I was telling the TRUTH!

I, worked as a nanny and a part-time student, certainly can’t afford any law suit, not to mention wasting money on this kind of B.S. I’m wandering if any one ever get into legal trouble by posting anonymous rant striking some paranoia nerve? Please enlighten me on this one. Thank you!

scottparat answers:

Yay this gives me 5 points

Mandy asks…

Did the Hacking group Anonymous knock out the websites of the FBI, U.S. Department of Justice?

By staff and news services

Hacking group Anonymous said Thursday it knocked out the websites of the FBI, U.S. Department of Justice, and several entertainment industry sites as retribution for anti-piracy efforts by both the government and the entertainment industry. The group said it was “the largest attack ever,” with 5,635 participants involved in bringing down the sites.

In addition to the FBI and DOJ, the Recording Industry of America, Motion Picture Association of America, Universal Music and websites were also attacked. Said the DOJ in a statement: “The Department of Justice web server hosting is currently experiencing a significant increase in activity, resulting in a degradation in service. The department is working to ensure the website is available while we investigate the origins of this activity, which is being treated as a malicious act until we can fully identify the root cause of the disruption.”

An MPAA spokesman said, in an emailed statement to the AP, that despite the attack, the site was working by Thursday evening. “The motion picture and television industry has always been a strong supporter of free speech,” the spokesman said. “We strongly condemn any attempts to silence any groups or individuals.”

The RIAA confirmed its site had been attacked, but said it was operating normally by evening.

The FBI’s site, as of 9 p.m. ET Thursday, was back up. About 45 minutes earlier, however, it could not be accessed and resulted in an error message:

“Get some popcorn,” Anonymous said on Twitter. “It’s going to be a long lulzy night,” indicating more was to come. “Lulz” is Internet slang for “laughs,” and the hacking group LulzSec, or Lulz Security, is allied with Anonymous.

Anonymous‘ actions, its biggest in a single swoop, comes a day after an Internet protest against two proposed anti-piracy bills, the Stop Online Piracy Act, and the Protect IP Act, before Congress, and on the same day as a federal indictment of employees of a major Internet content-hosting site,

scottparat answers:

Yep, amazing was several thousand pissed off hackers can do huh?

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