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According to white supremacist radio host Hal Turner, in December 2006 and January 2007 individuals who identified themselves as Anonymous took Turner's website offline, costing him thousands of dollars in bandwidth bills.

As a result, Turner sued 4chan, e Baum's World, 7chan, and other websites for copyright infringement.

Anonymous's role in the DDo S attacks on the Tunisian government's websites have led to an upsurge of internet activismamong Tunisians against the government.

A figure associated with Anonymous released an online message denouncing the government clampdown on recent protests and posted it on the Tunisian government website.

Java Script code and flashing computer animations were posted with the intention of triggering migraine headaches and seizures in photosensitive and pattern-sensitive epileptics.

According to Wired News, circumstantial evidence suggested that the attack was perpetrated by Anonymous users, with the initial attack posts on the epilepsy forum blaming e Baum's World.

The hacker, known as "Rubico", claimed he had read Palin's personal e-mails because he was looking for something that "would derail her campaign." After reading through Palin's emails, Rubico wrote, "There was nothing there, nothing incriminating — all I saw was personal stuff, some clerical stuff from when she was governor." Rubico wrote that he used the Sarah Palin Wikipedia article to find Palin's birth date (one of the standard security questions used by Yahoo!

Tunisians were reported to be assisting in these denial-of-service attacks launched by Anonymous.

A /b/ user then logged in and changed the password, posting a screenshot of his sending an email to a friend of Palin's informing her of the new password on the /b/ thread.

However, he did not blank out the password in the screenshot.

He lost his plea for an injunction, however, and failed to receive letters from the court, which caused the lawsuit to lapse.

On January 14, 2008, a video produced by the Church of Scientology featuring an interview with Tom Cruise was leaked to the Internet and uploaded to You Tube.

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