After Paris Attacks, Hacker Group Vows War On ISIS, Disables 5,500 Twitter Accounts
video to YouTube declaring that it would do whatever it could to help bring an end to the terrorist group known as ISIS. The group launched an #OpParis Twitter account and the website OpIceISIS.Strangled.net where anyone who comes across ISIS social media accounts can search the database and report any extremists or activity.The hacker group Anonymous wasted no time Monday after declaring “war” on the terrorist group responsible for the attacks on Paris last week by allegedly shutting down thousands of Twitter accounts shown to support the terrorists. On Sunday, Anonymous posted a
By Tuesday morning, the group claimed to have disabled more than 5,500 Twitter accounts associated with the terrorist organization.
Still, authorities must be at least partly grateful for the help in tracking down those associated with anybody who may have been involved in Friday’s tragic events, and others who would wish to copy those attacks. Source: Anonymous declares "war" on Islamic State by ReutersNews on Rumble
We by no means condone the bombing of Syria from France and other countries. They're doing what ISIS did to them: kill innocents. #OpParis— #OpParis (@opparisofficial) November 17, 2015