When it comes to hacking, we're not quite sure where to start, so hopefully this documentary will enlighten us a tad. We're following the story of Anonymous, one of the world's most infamous hacking networks. This group of pranksters has evolved into a global force with far more radical intentions, most recently being associated with attacks on hundreds of targets. Meet the members, hear their stories and ask yourself, who, what, where, when and why?
How Hackers Changed The World BBC 4: 10.30pm
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