Anonymous claims that they have gained access to the servers for the United Nations, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, US Bank, Capital One, Chase Bank, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. If their demands are not met, they will take down all of these servers.
For the banks, Anonymous claims that they have the account info of every client at these banks. They want to reassure citizens, however, that they are not going to compromise their information. They only want to make a statement to Congress.They kind of sound like pathetic, not very good thugs to me - - ". . .if their demands are not met, they will take down all of these servers." "We are not f'ing playing." ??? Maybe the Bad News Bears of the internet, although not loveable.
As for Congress, they have a very special message – “To those who support PIPA and SOPA. To those congressmen who want to vote yes on these bills. We are not f'ing playing.”
This group of internet users communicates without consistent usernames on various chans. Between posting gore and porn threads, Anonymous stages largely unsuccessful raids on other websites.
Maybe they're not even worth the mention here . . . I was just wondering . . .