On Friday, the 13th of November, a slew of coordinated attacks executed by ISIS terrorists in Paris has resulted in the death of over 120 people in cafes, restaurants, a concert venue, and in the vicinity of the Stade de France stadium.
Matthew Keys, a former Reuters social media editor, has been found guilty of computer hacking, and could be sentenced to spend as many as 25 years in prison.
Barrett Brown, the journalist that at one time claimed to be a spokesman for the hacktivist collective Anonymous, has been handed a 63-months-long prison sentence and has been order to pay $890,000 in restitution - most of it to Stratfor, the company whose stolen data he linked to, and other companies hit by Anonymous.
Corporate data breaches have seen a spike in recent months, and unfortunately American Express is the latest to join a long list of companies affected by hackers infiltrating their customerís credit card information.
International hacktivist group Anonymous is causing fear within the business and technology community once again, after a supposed Anonymous spokesperson warned that World Cup sponsors are next on the hit list.
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