Anonymous can easily attack ISIS in a legal manner. By exposing their evil and helping to spread evidence and truth about the situation. If we argue against them with logic everywhere they try to recruit their success rate will continue to drop. The reason for many of these attacks is once the media no longer cares about ISIS they lose majority of their power of fear.
I just winder how ISIS uses so many social webpages to attract people! Cyber fight should be considered toward them!
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ISIS is on ongoing problem in the world. If a country, group of people or organization has the resources to at least attempt to stop them, they should do so. That is, if they also agree this is a worldwide problem that needs to be solved. Also, casualties and cost of the effort should be taken into account.
ISIS is a group that needs to be stopped from their criminal actions. Anonyms should stand up and make a difference with their skills and help the world. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .... .. .... . .... .. . . .
They do have some experienced hackers in their organizations so they may be able to financially hurt ISIS while leaking some information. It would ultimately depend on how many hackers the US already has and how susceptible to technological attack ISIS is. Ultimately boots on the ground and airstrike will have a stronger affect on ISIS but cyber attacks may help.
It's embarrassing that ISIS is able to use technology to communicate their message more effectively than major world powers. Anonymous wouldn't have access to specific targets, but harassing ISIS seems perfectly doable and productive, given their inability to counter in a meaningful way. A coordinated cyber attack by the world powers would be preferable, though.
I don't feel starting a war with ISIS will solve anything, it will merely result in more lives lost, and the U.S. military industrial complex already saps hundreds of thousands of dollars a year and leaves America further in debt. There are many more effective ways to combat terrorism without going in guns blazing.
Anonymous' power is not truly known and is definitely not regulated. ISIS is the same. Anonymous is the epitomy of a terrorist group as well. The more violence this world sees, the more it will create. ISIS will find a way to retaliate, thus attacking it's origin home, here in the United States.