Anonymous has proven its heterogeneity in springing into action to redress a vast repertoire of perceived injustice.
Here’s what happened when he stumbled across a sight he didn’t think he’d ever see.
Three years ago Terry Lancaster decided to take a break from drinking. It was supposed to be temporary, but he’s never looked back.
Activists and hacktivists seeking justice for Phillip White put pressure on government for transparency.
Not all “good” things are as rewarding as we’d hoped.
The backlash against statements by gaming commentator Anita Sarkeesian has writer Matthew Rozsa questioning mob mentality in the digital world.
Listen up! This man knows what he’s talking about, and he has flip charts!
Mike Crider on what our online comment sections might show us about the American psyche.
The “We can march if you are up to it” San Diego Rally for No War in Syria
A man with a difficult childhood marries a woman out of fear of abandonment.
Anonymous is hacking North Korean computers and Ian Bremmer says they should be discouraged. Christian Coleman says we can’t ignore the atrocities anymore.
Westboro Baptist Church’s hacked Facebook page is making a lot of people happy. Go have a look!
In an effort to encourage more men to write, the Marriage Section formally annouces a call for anonymous submissions.
Josh Hanagarne is glad that some things don’t have to be a secret anymore.
What would you say, if you could say it anonymously?
Did hacker group Anonymous foil Karl Rove’s evil election-stealing plan? Greg Olear offers evidence that this conspiracy theory may be true.