“The fascist side of the Internet” gets hacked: Proud Boys, QAnon websites fall victim to Anonymous | Salon.com

A flag for the QAnon conspiracy theory is flown with other right wing flags during a pro-Trump rally on October 11, 2020 in Ronkonkoma, New York. (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)

The hacktivist collective Anonymous leaked over 150 gigabytes of private data after hacking the web registration company Epik, a popular domain host for far-right groups.

Source: “The fascist side of the Internet” gets hacked: Proud Boys, QAnon websites fall victim to Anonymous | Salon.com

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