Anonymous declares cyber war on Congress over indefinite detention act Published time: December 16, 2011 18:28 Edited time: December 16, 2011 23:22 Anonymous declares cyber war on Congress over indefinite detention act Hacktivists are continuing their mission to take on politicians causing the collapse of constitutional rights in America, with operatives from the online collective Anonymous keeping up a campaign against the signers of controversial legislation. As RT reported on Thursday, members of Anonymous began a campaign this week to expose information on the lawmakers who voted in favor of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, a bill that will allow for the indefinite detention of American citizens, the reinstating of torture methods and the creation of the United States as a battlefield. President Obama had earlier insisted on vetoing the bill, but the White House retracted that statement in the days before it cleared Congress. “Robert J.
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