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NSA concerned Anonymous will target power grid

Josh Peterson Contributor

National Security Agency director General Keith Alexander believes Anonymous could have the power to take town the United States’ electrical grid this year.

The Wall Street Journal’s sources say the director admitted his concern over the hacktivist group at the White House, though he has made no public statement regarding this group in particular. But cyber security is a huge issue for the government as Anonymous continues to “attack for good,” with the expectation of exposing corruption. Anonymous routinely attacks the government on what it calls “F**k FBI Friday,” and recently hacked into a phone call between the FBI and Scotland Yard, where the two agencies were discussing the group itself.

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