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FBI Raids Homes In 'Anonymous' Sweep

The FBI announced Tuesday it had arrested more than a dozen people in Florida, New Jersey, and California allegedly connected with the hacker group Anonymous. What do you think?

  • "Does that mean it’s safe to use 'password' as my password again?"

    Ed Bailey
    Addresser
  • "Thank goodness. Now maybe hackers will think twice before they disable PayPal and cost honest, hardworking people like me countless eBay sales of our Doctor of Love novelty diplomas."

    Henry Clack
    Gill-Box Tender
  • "It just goes to show you, the FBI always gets their nerd."

    Jackie Rudd
    Electronics Technician