The following video pretty much paraphrases everything above:Originally Posted by GSN
While in the eyes of some, this is definitely a triumph for the FBI, I don't think they've won the war. Some of what Anonymous does I have to kind of agree with--their organization of protests with good intentions like the Occupy movement, going after sites which supported SOPA and PIPA, etc. though I know their tactics in some of those web-based attacks were in violation of the law. The fact about Anonymous is that it's hard to get an overall opinion on it because of how loose of an organization it is and how many people have participated in web raids and such. I'd like to think that they generally stand for the greater good and the 99 percent opposing the white collar 99 percent, I think they generally stand against oppressive government actions, but every once in awhile some Anonymous members will be flagged as having been involved with extortion and other not so savory things. I like to think that for the most part, they are the people working for the people. But again, an objective opinion on such things can be difficult to form.