25 alleged Anonymous members arrested internationally; hacker group retaliatesArsTechnica
Feb. 29, 2012
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Realistically, they can arrest anyone and claim they're part of this group.Tuesday afternoon, the international police organization Interpol announced the arrest of 25 alleged members of Anonymous by officials in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Spain. Shortly after the announcement, Interpol's website was hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack. At the time this story was posted, the website remained unavailable.