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anonymous

(ă-non′ĭ-mŭs) [Gr. anōnymos, nameless]
1. Unidentified or unnamed.
2. Shielded from the view of others; private.
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They picked a fight with Anonymous when they attacked Paris, and now they should expect us," he said, adding that the collective "will not sit by and watch these terror attacks unfold around the world.
70% of incidents go undetected without the ability for students to come forward and anonymously report sensitive issues," said Gregory Bender, President & CEO of Anonymous Alerts.
Anonymous Alerts[R] is a complete software and management system that empowers students, parents, teachers, staff and others to confidentially and anonymously report bullying, safety concerns or potentially harmful behavior.
Picture of Anonymous march in South Africa (via @Anonymous_Enter)
Sofia's main courthouse has been the target of anonymous bomb threats particularly often since the end of 2012.
At the end of the day, Solling said "what Anonymous does is that they work in number of different ways.
The statement said Anonymous believe the people of Egypt "are being denied their basic rights and human liberties.
Antivirus vendor Symantec denied finding any evidence that customer data was stolen, as claimed by Anonymous.
Companies who find themselves the target of Anonymous should take responsibility for protecting their own data, he said.
The story of Anonymous and its offshoots is worth telling because of the fast and unpredictable ways they have grown.
Anonymous gained worldwide attention for its protest against the Church of Scientology.
The publisher of two UK newspapers yesterday questioned whether journalists giving evidence to the Leveson Inquiry - which is sitting in London - should be allowed to remain anonymous.