Anonymous v. ISIS

What is Anonymous?:

Anonymous is a famously fractious coalition of individuals and factions with internal rivalries and disagreements — a collective front rather than a united front, as Jamie Condliffe put it in Gizmodo — but it is generally regarded as being reasonably good at what it does. Terrorist groups are critically dependent upon electronic communication for everything from recruitment and motivation to actual operations, and there is some reason to suspect that groups such as Anonymous will prove more adept at disrupting that communication than our conventional intelligence and law-enforcement forces have. The Islamic State isn’t really a state, yet; like al-Qaeda, it is a non-state actor, and it is likely that other non-state actors will be enormously important in countering it.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/427237/anonymous-declares-war-isis

A rare bit of good news. And now for the TAH-DAH BOOM:

“These are not the 72 virgins . . . [ISIS was} expecting,” as one now immortal online quipster put it.

No, I don’t suppose they are.

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