Large private prison operator has Web site vandalized in protest against politics of incarceration.
Social media editor at Reuters turns to Facebook to criticize charges that he conspired with the hacktivist group to deface the L.A. Times Web site, which belongs to his former employer.
Fast-food giant's home page was altered to appear the account had been sold to McDonald's "because the whopper flopped."
Government says its Web sites have experienced 44 million hacking attempts but only one successful breach.
Hackers affiliated with Anonymous go after the biotech giant, stating, "Your continued attack on the worlds food supply...has earned you our full attention."
Online hacktivist group blames Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the Internet blackout blanketing the country and vows retaliation.
Matthew Keys says he was told his termination was related to his tweet activity during the Boston Marathon bomber manhunt -- and that his federal indictment was not mentioned.
Years after the Los Angeles Times Web site was supposedly defaced by Anonymous, the U.S. government goes after a former employee who allegedly gave hackers the company's login and password.
Anonymous logo shows up on Bart.gov and CaliforniaAvoid.org, while user info is also leaked.
"Sophisticated" attack briefly defaces site with message accusing the U.S. of supporting a policy of killing in Syria.