Anonymous Petitions to Make DDoS a Legal Form of Protest

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asgallant

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In all jurisdictions I am familiar with, protesters are prohibited from blocking access to a business or organization to people who work at, conduct business with, or otherwise wish to access the business or organization being protested. DDOS attacks, by definition, block access; ergo, they are not a legal form of protest, period, end of discussion.
 

zenprotection

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"Meh, if legal corruption (aka, Lobbying) is possible, I don't see why the heck not this can't be." Because in this situation the manifestant is never known.
 
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