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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Barrett Brown
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It's official: The love affair between hackers and feds is over, thanks to revelations about National Security Agency snooping and what many see as overly harsh or misdirected prosecutions of "hacktivists."
Security analysts are bracing for the release of millions of emails that computer hackers stole from a U.S. intelligence-analysis firm whose clients include federal agencies, large corporations and foreign countries.
Mr. Brown writes for a number of left-leaning outlets, including the London Daily Guardian, Vanity Fair and the Huffington Post.
In December 2012, he was charged with 12 counts of "aggravated identity theft" and "device fraud" because he pointed out where Anonymous made available 200 gigabytes worth of emails and other data stolen from Stratfor Global Intelligence, a security contractor.