To call the Anonymous cyber war on ISIS ineffectual would be an understatement. First the hacking group provided Twitter with several “wildly inaccurate” lists of supposedly ISIS-related accounts. They then frightened Americans by claiming that a series of coordinated attacks (which never came to fruition) would take place in late November.
Despite what seemed to be good intentions, the group simply wasn’t doing any good. But despite some notable failures, Anonymous might finally have a plan we can all get on board with.