Hacker Group Anonymous Has Threatened To Hurt Zynga And Facebook (ZNGA)

Hacker Group Anonymous Has Threatened To Hurt Zynga And Facebook (ZNGA)

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The hacker group that calls itself Anonymous posted a warning message to Zynga and Facebook today. The message says it will take Facebook down on November 5 and release Zynga games to the public on that day for free if Zynga doesn't stop its alleged plans for massive layoffs and...
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