01 02 12 - 16:57Prozak's law: the more people involved in any given venture, the more it approximates the lowest common denominator.
Take a gourmet restaurant, put a dozen people on the planning committee, and you'll get McDonald's.
And take a rowdy bunch of internet nerds, and eventually, they become a mob scene:
In its latest effort to silence and expose those responsible for spreading anti-Semitic and racist hate speech around the Web, hackers associated with Anonymous have taken down and defaced the American Nazi Party website.
Uniting under the ongoing "Operation Blitzkrieg" banner, a group calling itself "SolSec" took down Americannaziparty.com Saturday (Jan. 28) and continued attacks through the weekend, according to the AnonymousCenter Twitter feed.
The Examiner reported that Anonymous also took down the white supremacist site Whitehonor.com Monday (Jan. 30). Both sites later were back up. - MSM
Never heard of these websites/parties, and I suspect they're (1) a $6/month web host and (2) two angry guys in a basement, but Anonymous went from being a defender of the free spirit to its enslaver, censor, and nanny "do the right thing" conscience.