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Source: arsTechnica - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Intrusion Detection Over the weekend, Anonymous was stirred to action against an old nemesis: the Westboro Baptist Church. The most recent feud came in the wake of WBCís appalling reaction to the Sandy Hook shooting Friday in Newtown, CT. Anonymousís offensive increased in intensity as WBC announced plans to picket a vigil for the elementary schoolís victims. The hacker collective has since managed to hijack a high-profile Twitter account as well as take down WBCís site, among other claimed victories.

Anonymous, like much of the world, has a deep-seated hatred for the wildly intolerant WBC. Upon discovering WBCís unsympathetic reaction to the shooting, Anonymous began by doxing some of the churchís members that it could find on Twitter. It also encouraged followers to sign a whitehouse.gov petition recognizing WBC as a hate group.

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