Comments:Pirate Bay case: Internet group attacks websites in "Operation Baylout"
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The term "participant" seems to be used rather vaguely here. Participants in what? Scientology protests, website attacks, or both? As I read it, it seems to refer to Scientology protesters who haven't taken part in website attacks. --188.8.131.52 04:42, 25 April 2009 (UTC)
- Nobody cares about mainstream media anymore. I don't know why it is a requirement of this site to cite it. I got the feeling people will go it alone, without mainstream media.
Crackpots? Heh, they've always been called out.
i would say that, as in all cases involving anon, motivation is irrelevant.
Co$ puppet/fake arrest
the 18yr old that was arrested by the scilons has a scapegoat they pull out of their closest,imo. I have seen no info on his trial and the arrest itself is no more then a press release by the scilons. this makes me think that they are trying to delcare a win even that the kid they have is nothing more then on of their own being used a posterboy or some BS. please consider that in how your article is worded. If you doubt the Co$ would do such a thing just look into their history.
Since the Church of scientology includes training in knocking the hats off people at 50 paces, using gnarly 'OT Powerz' it's as reasonable to assume Scientology action behind every blown-off-hat as to assume that every 'anonymous' action by unnamed people claiming to be anonymous is from the same people who brought you the anti-Scientology activities that have been so much fun :)
What do these people think they're going to accomplish by DDoSing some servers? Justice? Public opinion in their favor? Resolution of the case in favor of TPB?
What am I saying; they're just doing it because they think it's funny. They're basically TPing company property. I'd be quite all right with it if they were all caught and fined. Wtachi (talk) 04:58, 28 April 2009 (UTC)