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Old 12-09-2010, 04:09 PM
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English Film director Ken Loach, a supporter of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, enters a taxi as he leaves City of Westminster Magistrates Court, in London where Julian Assange was in court.
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A supporter of whistle-blowing website Wikileaks founder Julian Assange holds up a placard outside the City of Westminster Magistrates Court in London. The hacking group Anonymous, known for previous attacks on the Church of Scientology and Kiss bassist Gene Simmons, is distributing software tools to allow anyone with a computer and an Internet connection to join in the attacks as part of "Operation Payback."
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Members of the media gather around a demonstrator near Westminster Magistrates Court in London. An Internet group operating under the label "Operation Payback" claimed responsibility for the MasterCard and Visa problems in messages on Twitter and elsewhere.
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Members of the media gather around a demonstrator near Westminster Magistrates Court in London. Supporters of the WikiLeaks, which has released thousands of classified government documents in recent weeks, said they would attack companies and groups hostile to the site and its founder.
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The websites for Visa and MasterCard were inaccessible for parts of Wednesday, likely the result of attacks by WikiLeaks supporters angry that the credit card companies had stopped processing donations to the organization.
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