Getting involved in causes without breaking the law.
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Pookie wrote:I am a bi-vocational Baptist youth minister and I don't really like Anonymous.
With my disclaimer being said, I hope, if this is true, that Anonymous wipes the floor with Phelps and his "church". His actions are not representative of any teachings I am aware of and they poison people against good people that don't share his misguided views.
I don't like censorship, but I would love it if his group would shut their collective cake hole.
don wrote:From an ethical hacking standpoint, anonymous is breaking the law. This is the reason I started this board. To point out that, although intentions may be good, breaking the law regardless on which side of an argmunet you are, is wrong and shouldn't be done.
I like the counter-protest idea that has been done. Groups legally protested Westboro and had enough participants to actually block the westboro protesters from getting near a funeral. Now that's perfect on 2 fronts... it's legal and it promotes more free speech rather than less.
From a personal standpoint, I just hope the supreme court hands down a decision against Westboro. If they do, they penalty will for all intents and purposes make their sad organization go away.
PS - Great topic awhitehatter.
don wrote:Westboro wins Supreme Court Decision 8 - 1.
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