Anonymous to MTV: “We’re Sorry But You Asked For It”

Via Ibtimes.co.uk

It seems that the collective of hackers called Anonymous have chosen a new target for their threats, MTV.  Earlier this morning the group posted on their Twitter account,@TheAnonMessage, their dissatisfaction of how MTV has handled their public messages.

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546546918265221120

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546547128353705984

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546547333916536832

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546547582189989889

This comes after MTV weekend editor, Caitlin White, posted an article regarding the group supposedly threatening to release a sex tape of rapper, Iggy Azalea.  Anonymous is accusing MTV of generating rumors and distorting what the group is really about and are demanding that MTV take down the article and release an apology.

If we think that the Sony Pictures leaked emails scandal was bad, be prepared for Anonymous to top that. They made it very clear that if their demands are not met then they will destroy the company, simply because they can.

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546548458174574592

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546549020106457089

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https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546549725068296192

It’s been a matter of hours and MTV still hasn’t taken down the article, it looks like they aren’t budging but neither is Anonymous.

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/546698426189348865

 

 

  • Julian Weyandt

    I did not agree with the attack against Iggy, she did not do enough to be cause for retaliation. MTV however, was in the wrong here. I fully support Anonymous’s decision!