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It is perhaps a book little hard to remember now, but in 2010, there seemed to be a new global superpower.
And anonymous one of book the things that fascinates book me-about 4chan, or Reddit, or Anonymous, Lulzsec, or predecessors like Alan Abel, Andy Kaufman, Sasha Baron Cohen, book and the Yes Men-is the way the prank's unexpected intrusion into public spaces reveals (in disregarding) all those social conventions.
A superpower that acted in unorthodox ways, which was unaccountable and yet of the people, and that was above all nameless, faceless and, as it book styled itself, Anonymous.Yet that clean arc belies the real breadth of the history captured by Olson.The book runs chronologically, helping us newbies newfags" in the language of this community) get a handle on what happened when and where, neatly tracking a linear path from early dickishness on discussion boards to a more organized ethos (against any constraints on internet freedom).(A while back-some eons ago in internet time-another kerfuffle on GR was about "reviews" that attacked the problems of predatory behavior on sites like this.Further, the "subversion" is not necessarily driven by moral purpose-or at least one can't book bank on the moral outcomes.
Ive spent close to a decade profiling the hackers and skidrow dreamers elitebook who are bringing the most cutting-edge technology into our lives, for better or worse.
I'm going to talk about the book, but then I'm going to riff on the subject.
Maintaining a perfect face of reflection and engagement-she's really paying attention to the preacher!-but not responding the way we're supposed.Parmy Olson, an Anglo-American reporter with.The downside is obvious: the breaking of the rule might be a vicious, overt attempt to maintain other rules.Authors could pipe up-and throw mud back, or game the system (what rules?Snowden leak and the NSA.(I still think it's a little over-stuffed with detail, too bound by its own structural focus on chronology.From a mass of confusing detail, she's created a clear, coherent narrative that traces Anonymous's origins to the 4Chan website and painstakingly details the chronology of its evolution.The New York Times called crack a lively, startling book that reads as The Social Network for group hackers.In particular, she's expert at the expository aside-contextualizing 4chan while describing its birth, for instance-and the skeleton of the book's "plot" is a very, very crack smart way to give shape to all this information."Delight" in the most complicated sense: relishing its worth manual and value, even if I feel outraged, or aggrieved, or hurt.more.She is there watching the saga unfold, talking to other members of the group, including Sabu, the ringleader, while they choose their next targets and revel in the "lulz the sheer anarchic joy of bringing global corporations such as Sony to their knees.And I'll delight in coming upon the next prank-whether neat jackassed air horning or assholish prowling-that disturbs the community here.LulzSec, a small serial band of talented hackers and activists, were, for a time, the most wanted cyber-criminals on the planet.I'm fascinated by, a fan of, pranks-the disruptive energies drivers of rule-breaking, from the pettiest acts of childish disruption to the "important" stuff that gets the "moralfags" all hot and bothered.
For an insight into what actually was we are anonymous book going on, who was masterminding the attacks and how the "hive" actually worked, Olson's book is a truly terrific read.
Hammond has admitted his role in hacking Stratfor.
I first read the American edition when it was published last year but owing to legal issues surrounding the trials, Olson's UK publishers, William Heinemann, delayed its publication a whole year, but bafflingly gave Olson a deadline that was February at the latest, which means.